The California mother that generated a scandal by telling the press that she regularly gave Botox shots to her 8-year-old daughter now claims that the story was made up.
Sheena Upton, aka Kerry Campbell, outraged thousands of people by telling how she injected Botox to her daughter. Today, she publishes a disclaimer explaining that it was all staged by the Sun.
The woman confesses that she never injected Botox or anything else to her daughter. She says the British newspaper The Sun, the first to have published the information, is behind this massive hoax.
She claims they instructed her and gave her a script to follow for the interview.
According to her story, the tabloid paid $ 200 for this, while Good Morning America and Inside Edition provided nearly $ 10 000 to collect her false testimony.
“She’s [her daughter] going to be famous thanks to me giving her injections so young”, “I have found a clinic that will do boob jobs in Mexico at 14, so if she hasn’t developed by then we’re saving for that surgery”, “I admire Lindsay Lohan’s mum … for turning Lindsay into a child millionaire.” These phrases appear in the documents Upton sent to TMZ in an email and which she claims she was instructed to say during the interviews.
Upton revealed the truth when she lost custody of her daughter.
Little Britney has undergone tests at the UCLA Medical Center which proved that she never actually received a botulinum toxin, and was able to go home. Her mother developed the story for some quick money.