Sunday, May 22, 2011

Einstein lied about botox

Celebrity news site TMZ reports:
The reporter behind the Botox Mom story claims Sheena Upton aka Kerry Campbell FRAMED her in a diabolical plot to profit off her 8-year-old daughter -- and now, the reporter says Sheena ruined her life.

The reporter Alley Einstein -- who set up the original deal with the British tabloid The Sun -- signed a sworn declaration, obtained by TMZ, in which she claims the emails TMZ posted this morning were "doctored" to make it look like Einstein coached Upton and told her to lie.

Einstein claims the emails detailing the Botox story -- including quotations -- were intended to be used as a "media briefing sheet" to help Upton REMEMBER several key points ... it was NOT a script.

Einstein claims her reputation is now ruined -- insisting she's been "emotionally and professionally scarred" by the entire situation ... in fact, Einstein claims she even had to seek out medical attention.

As for the $1,000 Einstein wired Upton -- Einstein claims Upton demanded the money for "vital bills" ... but then splurged on a shopping spree instead.

Best part -- back when she was working the story, Einstein claims she asked Upton if she was "prepared to be the most hated woman in America" ... and Upton replied, "Hell yes, bring it on."
Einstein was in the business of buying shady news stories for tabloids. The kid tested negative for botox. She sure got a sensationalist bogus story this time.

As far as I know, this Einstein with the ruined reputation is not related to the Einstein who ruined physics.

2 comments:

  1. This mother is trying to get back her daughter, and if this requires lies, then is not a problem for such a person. But is very easy to find out if she's lying because the effect of botox can last up to 5-6 months. So she should see a doctor to clear this mess.
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  2. I have to say, the headline caught my eye. That guy would take several gallons of the stuff.

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