"Good Morning America" reports that San Francisco Child Welfare Services is now investigating Kerry Campbell, the mother who recently defended her decision to give Botox to her eight-year-old daughter Britney.
Trent Rohrer of the San Francisco Human Services Agency told cameras, "It's pretty unusual for a mom to be injecting an 8-year-old with Botox. Certainly, it's grounds for an investigation." The agency apparently got involved because there were too many unknowns, like Kerry's training, where the Botox she used came from, and whether her daughter's pediatrician was consulted.
"GMA" also noticed tons of backlash after Lara Spencer's segment aired on Thursday morning. On "The View," Sherri Shepherd did some hand slapping while saying, "This is the dumbest momma I have ever seen in my life," and pageant coach Valerie Hayes remarked, "This is not what pageantry is about and I'm sorry to say she's only doing a disservice to her daughter and will never win the title that she so desperately seeks."
Spencer also asked the show's Facebook audience, "Is it okay to inject Botox into an 8-year-old?" and 97 percent said it's wrong. Clearly, the other three percent misunderstood the question.
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