Naya Rivera, best known for her portrayal of Santana López in the music series Glee, reveals in her new autobiography (available on September 13) "Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes and Growing Up" that she not only had her breasts operated but It was one of the best investments of his life. When Rivera turned 18, she knew exactly how she wanted to celebrate. “I went to all my teachers to tell them that I was not going to be in class. 'I'm going to have plastic surgery!', He said happily,”the star shares with People magazine.
In the book, Rivera admits to having had problems with her body image in the past, but assures that the decision she made about having implants had nothing to do with looking good for others.
"My new breasts were for my self-esteem, they were not for something sexual," says the actress, who paid for her surgery with the money she had saved from her childhood appearances in Family Matters and The Royal Family. “I never took off my blouse for a boy. I had plenty of opportunities to do it, but even if I had, my bra was always filled with napkins.”
Rivera, who now has a nearly a year-old son with husband Ryan Dorsey, also touches on the taboo subject of plastic surgery. "People will have their opinions … but it's been over 10 years since I had my breasts, and they still make me happy when I look in the mirror. It may have been the best $ 8,000 I have ever spent.”