Montag told ABC News that off-camera, her mother apologized and said she wouldn't have reacted the way she had if they weren't being filmed, which made Montag so furious, she said she still isn't speaking to her mother.
Nonetheless, Montag has changed her view on how she feels about all her cosmetic procedures, adding that even the daily maintenance is a chore. She said upkeep involves massaging her face, and particularly her breasts, everyday.
"I don't want the biggest boobs in the world and, to be honest, I would take them out and downsize them but I don't want to go under the knife again," she said. "I feel like I'm stuck with them now. ... sometimes I wish I could go back to the original Heidi."
After the painful transition to this latest version of Heidi Montag, the reality TV star now admits she was addicted to plastic surgery and believes that the grueling procedures and recovery weren't worth the outcome.
Montag added that she thinks plastic surgery is scary and dangerous, and is adamant that none of her cosmetic procedures were worth risking her life. She now said she is done with wanting a bombshell image, and would prefer to be known for who she said she really is: a country girl at heart, living a simple life.
"I don't want to do that to my body again. I don't want to get any more Botox or any more surgery, or any more lip injections. I think I'm fine the way I am," Montag said, offering a message of caution to others who are considering going under the knife.
"I hope that people really hear what I'm saying about plastic surgery, and I hope they really hear that I'm saying I would take it back," she said. "I almost risked everything, all my relationships and myself, for vanity."