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There have been varying amounts of skepticism over whether Sheena Upton, the woman known around the world as Botox Mom, actually gave her 8-year-old daughter injections of Botox — at this point, even she has said the entire spectacle was a hoax, an “acting job” she did for money. But Good Morning America‘s Lara Spencer, who interviewed Upton and her daughter last week, says her evidence suggests Upton really did use the wrinkle filler on her 8 year old.
In a new series of video interviews, Sheena Upton — better known by her alias Kerry Campbell or her nickname Botox Mom — reaffirmed that the story about giving her daughter Botox injections was entirely made up. In fact, Upton says, she’s not even sure what Botox is.
Today in news we’ve never been so happy to hear, so-called “Botox Mom” is now claiming she made the whole thing up. In a written and signed declaration obtained by TMZ (who else?), Kerry Campbell says she never injected her daughter Britney with Botox, “nor allowed her to get any type of waxing, nor is she a beauty pageant contestant.” So why say she did?
The eight year old girl whose mother regularly injected her with Botox (and recently defended her actions on national morning television) has been removed from her home and put into protective custody, Good Morning America reports.
In news that should surprise absolutely no one, a mother who regularly injects her 8-year-old daughter with Botox (and who unapologetically defended her actions on national television) is now being investigated by the human services agency in her hometown of San Francisco.
Back in March, we introduced you to Britney Campbell, the 8-year-old girl whose mother regularly injects her with Botox in the hopes of preventing wrinkles and furthering her bourgeoning beauty pageant career. While there has been some speculation that Campbell and her terrifying story were both a hoax (because, well, really?), GMA put those rumors to rest this morning by having both Britney and her mother on the show.
Today in disturbing stories of childcare, a mother in San Francisco says she regularly injects her eight year old daughter’s face with Botox and fillers in the hopes of making her a star. Kelly Campbell says she first gave her daughter Britney a Botox injection on her eighth birthday — as a present, of course — and has since repeated the regime (with the addition of Restalyne) every three months.