More details emerge from the "Botox Mom" story this morning, if only because Good Morning America doesn't want to admit they'd been duped. Now, ABC is refusing to pay the British agency they bought the story from, and followed up with their sources who suggest this unsettling story absolutely is real.
Did you find hard to believe that a mom would really inject her 8-year-old daughter with botox? Maybe you should've trusted your instincts. Kerry Campbell lied. In fact, her name isn't even Kerry Campbell.
Two months ago, The Sun horrified the internet with a report about an 8-year-old girl who regularly gets botox injections. The story sounded a bit far-fetched, and now a new, suspiciously similar story suggests child botox is a hoax, not a new trend.
In the past, we've gotten worked up about
the sexualization of little girls in beauty pageants and the 15-year-old whose mother got her lipo to "prevent" an eating disorder, but the Brits have one-upped us again! In The Sun, beautician Kerry Campbell claims that she regularly injects botox and fillers into her…