Valeria Lukyanova was reportedly released from the hospital Nov. 4 after getting attacked on Oct. 31. Lukyanova said she suffered severe injuries after being punched and strangled by two men outside of her Odessa home in Ukraine, she told Daily Mail on Wednesday.

The 28-year-old, better known as the "Human Barbie," is currently recovering from the vicious attack she concluded was a "two-year hate campaign," reports the Daily Mail.

"I was attacked by the entrance of my block of flats. I came back home from a shop with bags and entered the door code when two men rushed from the dark and attacked me," Valeria Lukyanova said.

"They said nothing and did not try to rob me. It happened in a flash, they hit me on the head, several times on my jaw, then one of them began strangling me," she added.

Valeria Lukyanova, also a model, released photos of injuries she suffered to the paper. She said that if it wasn't for a neighbour who arrived during the attack, she might have not survived the ordeal.

"If it wasn't for my neighbour who who suddenly appeared, I don't know what would have happened. They saw her and ran away," said the blonde beauty.

Though many speculate that the attack was only a cover-up for her wounds due to plastic surgery, Lukyanova denied any rumors of going under the knife, according to Us Magazine.

However, Valeria Lukyanova's denial reportedly only resulted in further plastic surgery speculations on Twitter. Many are now insisting that the model.

The internet celebrity previously claimed in a series of YouTube videos that the only change in her body from plastic surgery was her breasts. She added that her look is natural and simply enhanced by makeup, Hollywood Life reports.

Photos she showed the Daily Mail included one of Valeria with bloodied and puffy lips, along with one of a bandaged head. She decided not to share the photos on social media while she is at the hospital, but she did post snapshotsof herself before the attack on her Facebook page.

"I feel a little better, but my jaw is still hurting badly. I have been on the strongest pain killer for four days, but still woke in the middle of the night from horrible pains," said the Human Barbie when asked about the current status of her injuries.

The two men have still been unidentified by police. However, Lukyanova said she believes they may be related to threats she received for two years from "strangers" making threats after her rise to fame in 2012.

Valeria Lukyanova not only gained global attention for being dubbed the Human Barbie, but her lifestyle and some of her views on beauty have made her a controversial figure.

Valeria raised many an eyebrow for her GQ magazine  interview saying she finds children "unacceptable" and citing race-mixing as the reason for the "degeneration" of beauty standards, reported E! Online.

"Ethnicities are mixing now, so there's degeneration, and it didn't used to be like that," the Western beauty told GQ."Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this."

In a Vice documentary produced last year, she was also described as "not a real girl at all, but a time-traveling spiritual guru whose purpose is to save the world from the clutches of superficiality and negative energy."

She previously said she subsists on air and is a "breatharian."

However, it appears that she is not entirely unaffected by beauty standards. Valeria Lukyanova told the Daily Mail that she now wants to turn into an "Amazon Woman."

Lukyanova admitted of admiring all-female warriors from Greek mythology.

"She had a beautiful and warlike figure, the body of an Amazon. I want the same magnificent figure. I no longer like my body. It needs some muscle," said the wide-eyed model.

Valeria Lukyanova may have not gotten her injuries from thugs she supposed were her haters, but if she only used the attack as cover up for her plastic surgery, she would be doing her female brethren who have been victims of violence such a disservice.