The 32-year-old shared photos on Facebook and Instagram showing her broken nose and lacerated face. She told People that the incident occurred after a day of filming in Colorado on the indie flick “Cowboys and Indians.”
Lisa explained that she was doing a handstand with a crew member and the pair fell. "We were just kind of monkeying around," she said. "It was a totally freak accident. It wasn't like we were doing back flips off the balcony."
A plastic surgeon helped repair D’Amato’s face and she even got a new nose out of the ordeal. "I didn't have the best nose in the world to begin with,” she joked. “It gave me character. Now I have a nice little nose job. I get a super cute nose."
Right after the accident it was hard for the model. She said, "Everyone seemed so sad. I looked at my hands. They were covered with blood. That's when I thought, 'Oh, my God, what did I do to myself?' Of course, I started crying."
Back in January 2012, D'Amato stepped in as "spokesmodel" for "Extra" and interviewed The Band from TV. Check out the video!
Lisa D’Amato was horsing around with friends on Saturday when the “America’s Next Top Model: All Stars” winner took a tumble and injured her face in a “freak accident.”