Callers flooded the phone lines of the Human Services Agency, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, after Kerry Campbell appeared on 'GMA' with daughter Britney, 8, discussing the extreme beauty regimen, including hair-waxing as well as Botox.
The controversial mom, who claims she's a trained esthetician, wasn't making a first-time confession on 'GMA' -- earlier this year, the 34-year-old demonstrated for a British news outlet her technique for administering Botox injections into her little girl's face, and claimed the practice is growing on the kiddie pageant circuit.
Of her Botox shots, Britney told 'GMA' correspondent Lara Spencer, "It hurt sometimes, but I get used to it."
Britney also told 'GMA' she endured treatments of Botox (which cause facial bruising and swelling, as seen in photos of Britney) because she thinks she "looks way better, like, beautiful, pretty... like, all those kinds of nice words."
Is it possible Mom believes her child is a willing self-improvement fiend? "My friends think it's cool I have all the treatments and they want to be like me," Britney reportedly told the U.K.'s Sun. "I check every night for wrinkles [and] when I see some, I want more injections....They used to hurt, but now I don't cry that much...I also want a boob and nose job soon."
Campbell has also reportedly administered bikini waxes to her daughter in the hopes that she won't grow pubic hair. She told the Sun, ""All I want is for Britney to have the best start in life, so it is easier for her to become a superstar."
The Botox products for little Britney are allegedly purchased online by Campbell, who claims to have no doubts about the treatments' safety. The FDA approves the use of Botox in U.S. patients who are age 18 and older.
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Jon Hamm, star of the hit series "Mad Men", is spotted filming scenes for the upcoming season. Jon was all smiles while filming in a red, vintage Imperial convertible.
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