Sheena Upton released a sworn statement declaring that the story was an invented hoax for newspapers and television!
The whole scheme to “reveal” use of Kerry Campbell injecting her 8-year-old daughter with Botox to improve her looks for child beauty pageants was apparently orchestrated by UK tabloid newspaper “The Sun” and American TV show “Good Morning America.”
That is what Sheena Upton claims. Apparently, that is the real name of the so-called Botox Mom. But then who can believe anything this woman says anymore?
Sheena Upton is said to have been “devastated” at the impact of her interview. Her daughter was even removed from her care and placed in protective custody with a family member. Now faced with losing both Britney and her younger sister, Upton said:
“I was provided with the story, instructions, and a script to follow for a recorded interview. The truth is I have never given my daughter Botox, nor allowed her to get any type of waxing, nor is she a beauty pageant contestant.”
Upton has made a lot of money from her story: “Good Morning America” paid her $10,000 and The Sun paid her $200.
But yesterday, she released a sworn statement declaring the story a made up hoax for newspapers and television.
“Good Morning America” and “The Sun” are now investigating the “rapidly shifting story.”
We are too and we’ll bring you the latest as soon as we can. Who knows what to believe right now!