Sheena Upton, the woman who pretended to be a fictitious mother who injected her 8-year-old daughter with Botox, was investigated by Child Services earlier this week.
Sheena Upton might have lied about injecting her 8-year-old daughter with Botox, but that doesn’t mean she’s a good mother. The 36-year-old Southern California resident, along with her two daughters and other family members, were visited by the Department of Child and Family Services earlier this week in Los Angeles to set the record straight on what’s really going on at home.
According to RadarOnline.com, social workers met Sheena and family at the DCFS offices, due to the fact that Sheena didn’t want to attract the media. (Hmm?) After the evaluation, the department ordered her to receive parenting classes as well as mental health counseling.
“Sheena will now be under direct supervision of the department for the next six months, which she is completely agreeable to,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. “Sheena seems to be willing to do the work required to make sure she keeps custody of her children.”
Sheena caused a national debate after claiming she was Kerry Campbell, a delusional mother who injected her 8-year-old daughter Britney with Botox. Weeks later, she confessed that it was all an act and that she never actually followed through with the beauty regimen.
“Sheena is beginning to grasp what she did to her daughter,” the source says. “Sheena will have two family members living with her and her daughters for at least the next six months.”
“The DCFS investigation into the matter will remain open for at least the next six months,” the insider adds. “Social workers will determine at the end of that time if the case should be closed, or remain open.”
Do you think she needs counseling, HollyMoms?
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