The actress-meets-activist discussed her civic engagement platform at "Good Morning America" on Wednesday.
The latest, and one can only hope last, news about the now-notorious Botox mom is that--gasp!--it was all a hoax for money. Or was it? Sheena Upton, which is allegedly her real name, claims in a sworn declaration that The Sun paid her $200 to pretend that she injected her daughter with Botox for a story. In a TMZ video, “Sheena” said that she was doing an acting job and that she was “pushed into it.” “Honestly, I don’t even know what Botox is,” she says. She also claimed her daughter was never in pageants. Good Morning America, which had the duo on the show this week, is obviously annoyed that they were duped, so did some investigations of their own.
Remember that nutso story about the demented mom who injects her eight-year-old daughter with Botox? Well, it ended up being true, and Lara Spencer interviewed the San Francisco-based mom and daughter on Good Morning America yesterday. It was all as creepy and strange as you might imagine--the mom is training the girl to be a "superstar"--but there's some good news. Apparently San Francisco human services is investigating the situation. "It's pretty unusual for a mom to be injecting an 8-year-old with botox and certainly is grounds for an investigation," San Francisco Human Services Agency spokesperson Trent Rohrer told GMA. We have no doubt something will be done. Because this shit is bananas. Click through to watch the video of Spencer interviewing the girl.