Sheena Upton swears she never injected her eight-year old daughter with Botox. And now she claims to have proof.
A quick refresher on this disturbing tale: under the assumed name Kerry Campbell, Upton gave interviews this month to Good Morning America and Inside Edition, explaining why she personally gave her child shots of the wrinkle-reducing medicine.
Child services then got involved in the case, after which Upton said she was paid by Great Britain's The Sun to fabricate the tale, going so far as to say newspaper editors asked her to pose with a syringe for their story.
The Sun denies all charges.
Now, Upton has supposedly produced proof that she was handed a script to help further the lie.The troubled woman sent a stack of documents to TMZ, outlining instructions a broker allegedly gave her about how she should avoid mentioning money (ABC reportedly offered her $10,000 for the interview), and how she should play up her role as the overbearing mother of a beauty pageant contestant.
The papers tell Upton to utter statements such as: "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" and "I admire Lindsay Lohan's mum ... for turning Lindsay into a child millionaire."
Upton isn't claiming that Good Morning America was in on the lie, merely that the show never checked any facts and simply fell for what she and her broker had concocted.
As for the journalist who brokered the deal for The Sun, he sticks by his side and tells TMZ: "She has doctored emails from me. She has lied about the Sun. She is attempting to extort money. I saw her give the child injections."
Do you believe Sheen Upton, readers?