“Was I not supposed to do that?”
After going on Good Morning America and admitting she gives her eight year-old daughter botox injections, Kerry Campbell has lost custody of her daughter, Britney.
Anyone dumb enough to not know this was wrong shouldn’t be procreating anyway. Frankly, I’m surprised she figured out how to engage in sexual intercourse for it to happen in the first place.
Campbell gave her daughter injections to help her compete in beauty pageants. Let’s put the idea of how wrong this is aside for a moment. Wouldn’t that be kind of like doing steroids in baseball? Because if it’s okay to get work done to compete in a little kid beauty pageant, might as well go ahead with a boob job and a nose job, too, and just create some pageant winning Frankenstein kid.
Eight year-old Britney told GMA:
“I just, like, don’t, like, think wrinkles are nice on little girls.” She admitted that the injections hurt, but said she was used to the pain.
“I do the botox myself,” Campbell said. “It’s safe.”
That logic is air-tight, I know, but Child Protective Services failed to see it.
I’m no doctor, but I think it’s safe to say botox injections are bad for a child’s health.
Though they might be good for temper tantrums. “Stop crying or, so help me God, I’ll make it so that you can’t cry.”