Sheena Upton claims she was offered $10,000 by Good Morning America to talk exclusively about how she injects her 8-year-old daughter with Botox and provide them with photos.
Turns out the offer was real, but the payout won’t be.
ABC has stated they will not pay the money for fake photos. And why should they?
Jeffrey Schneider, a spokesman for ABC News, reveals the network will not pay the $10k photo licensing fee to a British booker for the story adding that they never agreed to pay Upton directly.
"We had agreed to pay a $10,000 licensing fee to a U.K. freelancer for the pictures, but obviously in light of everything that's happened, zero money has been sent that way.
We have a contract with the freelancer, which obviously stipulates that the images depict what they purport to show, that there's no staging in any way. So with all those open questions, we're going to hold [the money] back.
We have one goal: To get to the bottom of this and to share with our audience any new information and development we can uncover."
Time to get the entire truth about this story so we can start to forget about the lying Botox Mom.