Selena Quintanilla’s Plastic Surgery Is Making Rounds On The Internet – Details!

By Venom
Published on December 24, 2021, Updated on December 24, 2021

Selena Quintanilla's Plastic Surgery Is Making Rounds On The Internet - Details!

Fans have been wondering about Selena Quintanilla’s remarkable beauty in addition to her apparent singing abilities since the biographical series ‘Selena: The Series’ debuted on Netflix. As one might anticipate, this has sparked conjecture about plastic surgery.

Selena Quintanilla-Pérez was an actress, model, singer, composer, fashion designer, and spokeswoman from the United States. She was one of the best-selling Latin performers of the 1990s and was dubbed the “Queen of Tejano music.” Her work in fashion and music established her as one of the most well-known Latin artists of the late twentieth century.

Details On Selena Quintanilla Plastic Surgery Rumors

The plastic surgery allegations arose from Selena Quintanilla’s stunning appearance, so it’s understandable to expect some work.

According to the sun-sentinel, Selena underwent considerable liposuction to lower her stomach and thighs a few months before her death, conducted by her alleged partner plastic surgeon Ricardo Martnez. Her family, on the other hand, refuted the allegations.

Selena Quintanilla Plastic Surgery, before and after

Selena Quintanilla’s before and after suspected plastic surgery (Photo: weightandskin.com)

In the 1990s, cosmetic surgery was not as popular as it is now. However, it’s a matter of debate as cosmetic improvements were a need for glamorous stars even back then.

That being said, it cannot be confirmed that the exquisite artist had any cosmetic procedures performed on her. However, when comparing her before and after photos from her earlier years, Botox injections, lip fillers, and butt implants may all be justified.

Tragic Death Of Selena Quintanilla

On December 4, 2020, Netflix released the first chapter of ‘Selena: The Series.’ And Selena’s trajectory is overshadowed mainly by her terrible death at the age of 23.

Selena Quintanilla Plastic Surgery, Christian Serratos

Christian Serratos plays Selena Quintanilla in the series ‘Selena: The Series’ (Photo: buzzfeednews.com)

Yolanda Saldivar fatally murdered Grammy-winner Selena Quintanilla on March 31, 1995, two weeks before her 24th birthday.

Saldivar was the creator and organizer of Selena’s fan club and the operator of her Selena Etc. stores in San Antonio and Corpus Christi, Texas. And most importantly, she was a good friend of Selena. 

Prior to Selena’s death, her father, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., had serious worries about Saldvar’s managerial abilities and failure to deliver souvenirs from a fan club to paying consumers.

According to official records from her murder prosecution, he investigated the matter and discovered that Saldivar had defrauded the shops and fan club for more than $30,000.

While her father approached Saldivar and advised Selena to cut all ties with her, she was hesitant.

Selena Quintanilla Plastic Surgery, Hollywood Walk of Fame

On Nov. 3, 2017, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., Chris Pérez, A.B. Quintanilla III, Suzette Quintanilla, and Marcella Samora attend a ceremony honoring Selena Quintanilla with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Photo: buzzfeednews.com)

Selena accompanied Saldivar to the Days Inn motel in Corpus Christi on March 31.

There, Selena demanded yearly reports or other data to refute the misappropriation claims, which caused Saldivar to take a revolver from her luggage and shoot Selena in the shoulder.

The actress was able to run to the motel floor and scream for help, but she soon fell and was pronounced dead at Corpus Christi Memorial Hospital.

As per reports, Saldvar attempted to flee the site of the crime but was immediately arrested in a nine-hour standoff with authorities, during which she pointed the gun at herself and sobbed on the phone with negotiators for hours.

In October 1995, she was caught, accused, and sentenced to life in prison, with the possibility of release after 30 years in 2025.

(References from weightandskin.com. sun-sentinel.com)