Sheena Upton, who became infamous for supposedly injecting her eight-year-old daughter with Botox and then got in even more touble by retracting the admission, is taking parenting classes and undergoing counseling.
We recently reported that Sheena Upton would be getting sme mopre CPS visits. Upton, her two daughters and several other family members actually visited with social workers from the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services earlier this week at the offices of DCFS. The meeting venue was switched after Upton became concerned that the media would stake out her house if the visit occurred there.
Here are the findings of that meeting:
“Sheena will now be under direct supervision of the department for the next six months, which she is completely agreeable to. Sheena seems to be willing to do the work required to make sure she keeps custody of her children,” a source close to the situation said.
Upton appeared on “Good Morning America,” claiming to be a fictitious character called Kerry Campbell, and said she had injected her daughter with Botox. Her claims caused a national outcry. Upton then said that she invented the wjole story.
Since all this blew up, Upton, who lives in Southern California with her two daughters, has had another family member iving with them. That is set to continue and it is believed that Upton’s parents may have moved in to help care for their granddaughters and support their daughter.
“Sheena is beginning to grasp what she did to her daughter. Sheena will have two family members living with her and her daughters for at least the next six months.”
The DCFS will keep the case open and continue to monitor the family for at least the next six months. At the end of this period, social workers will determine if the case should be closed or remain open.
“Sheena is taking parenting classes and undergoing mental health counseling,” the source reported.