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Transgender Woman Spends $60,000 On Plastic Surgery To Look Like Dragon

'The Dragon Lady' claiming to be the most modified transsexual in the world spend $60,000 on plastic surgery to transform her body to look like a dragon.




Multiple stages of transformations

Richard Hernandez who has since become Eva Tiamat Medusa from Bruni, Texas, has undergone multiple stages of transformations before finally settling on becoming a dragon.

Diagnosed with HIV

In 1997 Eva was Diagnosed with HIV, Which changed her life completely.




Abandoned by her parents

Tiamat told Fox 10:
"I was born to my human mother in the Phoenix area, but I was born to my reptilian parents when my mother and stepfather abandoned me to the woods, My whole transformation today is basically an honor to my reptilian parents, which are the rattlesnakes— the Western Diamondback in particular."

She explained:

"I have two mothers: One is my original birth mother and my second birth is to my reptilian parents, which are the rattlesnakes."

She was determined not to die a human

Eva said: "Before my transformation, I was vice president of one of the largest banks in the U.S. and I left when because I became HIV positive and feared I was going to die. My big thing though was I didn't want to die in this world looking like a human."



Eva has spent more than $60,000 (£42,000) on her extreme transformation

She said: I have eight horns on my forehead; I have had my ears removed; my nose reshaped; most of my teeth removed; I've had the white-part of my eyes stained; my tongue bifurcated; my whole face is tattooed and I've had some scarification and branding on my chest and wrist.

She plans to undergo additional procedures

"I consider myself not just to be human anymore; I'm human and reptilian. My greatest desire in life is to continue my body modification until my metamorphosis is complete. This is what drives me - this is the reason why I get up every day and live."

"I'm happy for my life for the first time ever," she said.

She hopes her story will help other people – not only those who have gone through hard times, but also people who have lost hope.

Watch her video here: