The woman who paid someone in prison £200 for sex twice a week, despite going under the pseudonym Stella Danov, is now attempting to claim an even more lavish list of benefits – a vagina transplant.
Ex London escorts having sex on top of a drinks budget with men and women in South Wales jail, has gone to John Hopkins University Hospital for treatment.
Officials said she called her operation ‘a publicity stunt’.
The 43-year-old spent more than 30 years in isolation after she was branded a sexual deviant and branded a monster.
That was in 1988 after she admitted having sex with three boys in South Wales, starting when she was just 15.
Many believe the serial sex offender was only allowed out of her cell once a week as punishment.
Danov in a temporary living quarters at the Portlander Point Prison (pictured) in Wales in 1990. Danov got £500 a week by having sex on top of a drinks budget with men and women in South Wales jail, despite going under the name Stella Danov
Speaking to the Sun, her family’s solicitor Kevin Brown said: ‘This woman is having, at the very least, a fascinating career in television.’
Danov has claimed she’ll make £200,000 from the life-changing procedure, a spokeswoman for Oscar Dickens said.
The Human Organ Recovery and Transplant Programme at the university is open to ‘unaffiliated patients.
He said: ‘Stella Danov, of London, is currently undergoing a sophisticated vaginoplasty procedure and had been funded by Public Health England.’
The procedure lasts about two hours and involves inserting a stretchy silicone tube.
The recipient can then wait on the tube to restore sensation.
Danov has claimed she’ll make £200,000 from the life-changing procedure, a spokeswoman for Oscar Dickens said. A stretchy silicone tube (pictured) can be used to replace tissue
Danov, whose lawyers hailed her the first woman to have a sex change prison order, was deemed incapable of continuing the sentence because her mental health had worsened.