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Some good news

May 16th, 2011 Posted in WTF

An update on a story that I first caught on Jennifer’s blog

It seems that after admitting on national television that she injected her 8 year old daughter with Botox, it seems that she has now lost custody of her daughter:

The mom who admitted on national television to injecting her eight-year-old daughter with Botox has lost custody of the child, according to a report on “Good Morning America,” as some doubt began to emerge Monday about her story.

Kerry Campbell appeared on the morning show last week, explaining how she administers Botox to help her daughter, Britney, compete in beauty pageants.

On Friday, the San Francisco Human Services Agency began investigating Campbell after an outcry over the interview.

“It’s pretty unusual for a mom to be injecting an eight-year-old with Botox and certainly is grounds for an investigation,” Trent Rohrer, from the San Francisco Human Services Agency said.

‘Pretty unusual’???  How bout “bat-shit wacko!”

While I hate to see a child taken away from their parents, or parent, in this case it is probably for the best.  No child should be injected with Botox for such a superficial reason.  I could see if there was some legitimate medical purpose behind it, but to do something like this just for a stupid beauty pageant???  To me, that is reprehensible.

Also, the story seems to get even stranger:

The Chronicle said, “As for the woman’s true identity and where she actually lives, that remains unclear — but apparently, she isn’t a Bay Area resident. How much of the rest of her story was on the level — the Botox, the child beauty contests — also is not known.”

So, it seems this won’t be the end of it.

One Response to “Some good news”

  1. Jennifer Says:

    Very strange. Yes, I still hate to see any child taken from a parent, but this seems to be a circumstance where it is warranted.

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