The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
This story is getting twisty!!!
By now, you know more than you care to about Sheena Upton aka Kerry Campbell aka The Botox Mom. In her most recent claim, Sheena insists that she was provoked to lie about her daughter and their situation by a reporter from The Sun. That same reporter has now come forward with a signed sworn declaration in which she insists that any documents that suggest she "coached" the Botox Mom were "doctored."
Reporter Alley Einstein, who set up the original deal with The Sun to run the story, claims the emails released detailing the Botox story were intended to be used as a "media briefing sheet". Basically, they were to be used by Sheena to help her remember key points when sitting down for her interview. It was NOT a script.
However, whether Sheena is telling the truth or not is irrelevant at this point as the reporter claims her reputation has been tarnished beyond repair. She claims to have reached out for medical attention as she's been "emotionally and professionally scarred" by the entire ordeal. But that doesn't mean she isn't ready to go down without a fight. The reporter has some very damaging evidence against Sheena - tidbits from their interview that never made it to print. In her sworn declaration, she shares one of them, revealing that during their conversation, she asked Sheena if she was "prepared to be the most hated woman in America," and Sheena replied, "Hell yes, bring it on."
Lovely. Absolutely lovely. Someone should get this woman and the Balloon Boy Dad together so they can swap notes!