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Outraged Dutch actress Georgina Verbaan is to publish x-rays of her assets online after speculation that she underwent a breast augmentation in advance of a €200,000 appearance in the December issue of Dutch Playboy. The implant-free mams will reportedly appear sometime this week on her website.

The all-natural 25-year-old rose to prominence as a teenager in Dutch soap Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden (Good Times Bad Times). She has defended her curves by pointing out that she is no longer 16 and gained a bit of weight - "luckily in the right place", as she puts it - when she started taking the pill.

A bit of googling down here at El Reg quickly demonstrated that the effect of oral contraceptives on Georgina's jubs over the past few years has indeed been remarkable. We do not, however, have any reason to dispute her assertion that this is anything more than nature's way of telling you that you're a big girl now. ®

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Due to photo copyright restrictions, readers will have to do their own research into Ms Verbaan's chest. They can then draw their own conclusions.

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