By Emma Pearson @emma_pear
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Videographer / director: Ruaridh Connellan
Producer: Emma Pearson, Ellie Winstanley
Editor: Sonia Estal
Lacey says the universe instructed her to inflate her breasts to a Q-cup so that she could become famous and have a platform to help people spiritually.
Now the surgery addict and mum-of-six has traded in her glamorous lifestyle to live the humble existence of a spiritual medium.
Lacey said: “Everything happens for a reason and I know I was supposed to have huge boobs to help the world one soul at a time.
“I am one of the fakest people on the planet – but that doesn’t mean I can’t be spiritualistic.”
Lacey, a former pin-up, was famed for her quest to achieve the world’s biggest boobs – undergoing over 100 procedures.
Now the 46-year-old has swapped glossy photo shoots for palm readings, tarot cards and crystals - under the pseudonym ‘Ghostbusty’.
Lacey, whose real name is Paula Thebert, said: “I was living as a glamour model and TV star, but I wasn't happy because I didn’t need to go out there and search for happiness - I needed to go inside myself.”
Until recently, Lacey concealed her gift from the world, fearing scorn and ridicule.
But after becoming romantically involved with a shaman priest called Greg, two years ago, Lacey decided to embrace her powers.
Lacey said: “I had near-death experiences as a child and I think that is what caused me to have these abilities.
“I once refused to get in a car that crashed and killed the passenger and another time I fell down a well.
“As long as I can remember I’ve tried to hide this side to me but my ex-boyfriend made me realise it was something to be embraced.”
Now Lacey thinks nothing of passing on messages from the other side to strangers in the street.
Lacey said: “If someone touches me I can tell instantly if they are sick or evil.
“If I get a feeling about something or a message from the other side I will pass it on.
“I told one woman she had to go and get a mammogram and it turned out she was suffering from breast cancer. She told me later that I saved her life.”
Lacey also has premonitions about events yet to pass, and has some terrible predictions of what we can expect in the near future.
She said: “Japan is going to have a really big earthquake.
“There is going to be a sickness that comes from a country with dark-skinned people and I think we will have a big downfall in Wall Street as soon as the president is elected.”
Some people have been skeptical of Lacey’s powers, but she insists she is the real deal.
Lacey said: “Everybody might think it is a PR stunt, but I don't need anyone to believe me – I know I have a gift."
Lacey’s biggest supporters are Greg and her children.
Greg said: “She always had the tremendous gift, and I told her she needed to really embrace that gift,
instead of running from it and she has the platform to use that gift in such a positive way."
Lacey believes that her children have inherited her powers says that her daughter Jenaveve is a spiritual ‘healer’.
Lacey said: “My home has always been haunted in different ways.
“My son saw another one of me in another room and my other son got picked up off the floor and thrown against a wall.
“My daughter says she actually sees dead people. They come to her and talk to her.”
Lacey’s daughter Jenaveve, seven, said: “My mom has been spiritual all the time and me and my sisters used to do tarot cards with her
“ It does freak me out a little bit, but I’ve learned to get used to it because she’s my mom and I still love her.”
Lacey is currently single and says that she doesn’t see a man in her future
She said: “The spiritual life, that I am living is almost like a relationship with the spirit, instead of a boyfriend.
“I think some men are freaked out by it but I’m changing people’s lives and there are some sacrifices that have to be made.”
One thing Lacey can confidently predict, however, is bigger boobs.
Lacey said: “I am going to get more surgeries. I think that a lot of people think, ‘oh what an ego’, but the truth is - I am fake, but I am also spiritual, and why can’t I be both?
“We need to stop judging everybody. Everybody is on a journey, and they are exactly who they are supposed to be.”