Kenya “Dodo Bird” Bell’s Estranged Baller Husband Charlie Bell Says She’s Spent $110,000 In Plastic Surgery To Keep Her Grill Tight!

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Damn Kenya, you we’re gettin’ chopped up like that???

Kenya Bell Accused Of Spending $110,000 On Plastic Surgery

According to TMZ reports:

“Basketball Wives” star Kenya Bell spent $110,000 on plastic surgery and surgery-related expenses — this according to her estranged husband … who’s now trying to prove she’s completely reckless with her money.

It’s the latest in the couple’s divorce battle — Kenya filed docs complaining her basketball-playing husband Charlie Bell has been shopping at Louis Vuitton in Paris … while she struggles to provide for their children.

Charlie fired back with an explosive response — listing off ALL the ways Kenya has allegedly squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years … and it’s wild.

According to the docs, Kenya spent …

— $82,000 on a Corvette, which she drove for 3 weeks — then resold it for $61,000
— $12,000 on a motorcycle
— $20,000 on criminal attorneys
— $150,000 on “miscellaneous expenses to get even with Mr. Bell”
— $3,000 on her brother’s electric bill
— $9,000 on luggage and shoes
— and $110,000 on plastic surgeries and expenses in L.A. for the plastic surgery trips

Charlie — who currently plays pro ball in Italy — also claims he gave Kenya $200,000 before leaving for Europe … so he wants the court to deny her request for him to set aside a large chunk of his money for support.

Take a look at the pictures of the following pages and let us know if you think Kenya went under the knife.

Images via Twitter

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