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Did Lindsay Lohan’s Little Sister, Ali, Have Plastic Surgery? See The Shocking Photos Of Her New Face

Submitted by on September 16, 2011 – 2:55 pm20 Comments

Ali at Lindsay’s 21st birthday celebration  in Malibu California on July 2, 2007

Ali Lohan has always been in her big sister’s shadow and for good reason. Actress Lindsay Lohan has notoriously made headlines for driving under the influence, multiple arrests, possession of narcotics and really bad hair dye jobs but this week Ali is finally eclipsing her sibling in tabloid fodder by a nose and a chin for that matter.

The NEXT model was photographed on the streets of Beverly Hills looking strikingly different than usual. Debuting a skinnier frame, paler skin, a rather angular jaw, fuller lips and a thinned out nose, the 17-year-old quickly sparked rumors that she went under the knife, a claim that her camp is adamantly denying.

“Contrary to recent reports, I can confirm that Aliana Lohan has not had any surgery,” said Alexis Borges, agency director at Next Model Management. “As a young girl who is growing up, it’s natural for her facial features to change slightly, and we see this with many of the younger models we represent. Aliana is a beautiful 17-year-old girl who is growing into her face and body, as is the norm for someone of her age. We take pastoral care of our models very seriously and encourage the models to maintain a healthy lifestyle and body shape.”

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Aliana’s publicist, Steve Honig, also made a public statement regarding his client. “Aliana has never had any type of plastic surgery in her life, nor has she ever considered it,” said Steve. “Her success as a model lies with her natural looks and she has no interest in changing that. During the past two years, she has gone through a normal teenage growth spurt that has made her taller and slimmer. It has also slightly changed the composure of her face, all of which is typical of what happens to kids in their mid to late teens. It’s what most people refer to as the awkward stage. Ali is growing up, that’s all.”

Most of us aren’t convinced. We have all heard of growing pains, but weight loss and aging usually does not cause changes in bone structure. Since the images of Ali’s new look have surfaced, plastic surgeons have been weighing in on the controversy. “The most striking changes are the nose and chin,” N.Y.C plastic surgery Dr. Jon Turk told Us Weekly. “It appears that she has had a rhinoplasty and chin implant, giving her a narrower and more defined nose as well as a stronger jawline. There is also evidence of cheek augmentation, either with implants or fillers. The brow has been elevated either surgically or with Botox.” Dr. Garth Fisher gave his opinion to Celebuzz.com. “It appears that most of the changes are due to weight loss,” Dr. Garth says. “However, she may have had her nose done and may have had fillers in her lips, but it’s hard to say without more proof.”

Still Ali’s family stands by her side and are steadfast that the teen is all natural. “They actually think I would let Ali get botox or surgery?” Dina Lohan told a reporter at Huffington Post. “So beyond ridiculous. She grew three inches over the summer.” Lindsay took to Twitter to clear the air, writing: “I love how haters pick on my sister yet every runway model is just as thin! My sister is gorgeous and I’m so proud of her and her career!!!!”

Let’s hope Ali’s career continues to blossom without the controversy. Check out the before and after photos below, is Ali pretty or plastic?

September 2010

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