Sharon Stone wanted to inject Botox in son
UPDATE (Oct 2. 12:12PM):
Sharon Stone denies recommending botox for her son's foot odour problem.
Sharon Stone denies ever recommending that her 8-year-old son get Botox treatments for foot odor, the actress's lawyer says in a statement.
"Sharon Stone never made this statement. It is a complete fabrication," says attorney Martin Singer.
The widely reported comment was contained in court papers as part of Stone's custody tangles with ex-husband, Phil Bronstein. The judge cited the alleged remark as an example of Stone's overreaction to son Roan's medical issues.
This is bizzare. Sharon Stone wanted her eight-year old son to have Botox injected in his feet as he has a problem with foot odour. In court documents, it also states that Stone lacks parental responsibilities as she defers it to third parties and refuses to participate in counselling.
Sharon Stone wanted her adopted eight-year-old son to have Botox treatment to cure his smelly feet, it has been claimed.
Sharon’s custody battle with ex-husband Phil Bronstein has prompted a San Francisco judge to say in a Tentative Statement of Decision the actress “appears to overreact to many medical issues involving her son Roan”.
In the Superior Court papers, the judge wrote: “One example of an overreaction is that Stone suggested that Roan should have Botox injections in his feet to resolve a problem he had with foot odour.
“As his father appropriately noted, the simple and common sense approach of making sure Roan wore socks with his shoes and used foot deodorant corrected the problem, avoiding any invasive procedure on this young child.”
Sharon also believed Roan had a spinal condition, when he was actually suffering from constipation.
Her ex-husband Phil Bronstein stated Stone overreacted on the situation and the odour problem can be easily solved with common sense.
'As Father appropriately noted, the simple and common sense approach of making sure Roan wore socks with his shoes and used foot deodorant corrected the odor problem without the need for any invasive procedure on this young child.'
The judge says: "Unfortunately, the problem caused by Mother's overreactions is painfully real for this child....