Mia Khalifa updates fans after surgery to repair breast 'deflated' by hockey puck
Even though she's not a porn star anymore, Mia Khalifa can still set tongues a-wagging. Mia, who abruptly quit the adult entertainment industry back in 2014, recently had her boob repaired after a stray hockey puck "ruptured" her breast.
Last May, the 26-year-old who often moonlights as a sports commentator, posted a picture of herself from a Washington Capitals Stanley Cup game, where she claims a puck managed to get through the stands while she was supporting her team - the Washington Capitals, during a play-off game against Tampa Bay Lightening - and literally impaled her in the chest.
"I got hit in the boob with a puck during the game, and I'm 80% sure it ruptured an implant. But the good news is, I got a game used puck from a Capitals Stanley cup playoff game. Worth it," she wrote. "I was sitting behind the glass during a game, and it came shooting over the glass and it caught me so off guard and I had no idea it was coming. I grabbed my chest and I didn't want to let go, because I felt like if I did let go blood was going to be everywhere."
Now, almost seven months later, Mia has undergone surgery to repair her deflated breast, but she made sure to update her 13.9 million Instagram followers along the way.
Mia's Swedish chef boyfriend, Robert Sandberg, updated fans on his partner's condition, writing on Instagram "A four hour easy surgery caused by a hockey puck went really good for my princess. Now we are home to get some rest and she is in very good hands."
The erstwhile adult actress also took to her own social media accounts. "I am so lucky to have these two amazing men taking care of me during my recovery," she wrote in a heartfelt post on Instagram. "Between @robertsandberg’s sweet touch and love, and @jerfsolo’s comedic relief, I almost wish I could have surgery every month just to get to spend this down time with my favorite boys. I love y’all so much. Thank you for taking such good care of me in your own ways."
Mia also directed her followers to her doctor, Dr. Jay Calvert's, Instagram page, where he provided a more detail account of the medical procedure.
"A patient's own body fat is an amazing reconstructive tool. Breast volume can be increased using fat as a graft material. It mimics the breast tissue and tends to survive very well over time. The percentage of graft survival can be variable but with good technique and post-op care, excellent results can be achieved. I am using fat grafting in a good number of my implant cases and a larger number of my revision breast implant cases," he explained, refraining from mentioning Mia explicitly, due to patient-doctor confidentiality.
We wish Mia a speedy recovery!