I happened upon these 2 stories recently and I was just beside myself!
Mother Gives 8-Year-Old Daughter Monthly Botox
(DULCIE PEARCE from The Sun)
LIKE other eight-year-old girls, Britney Campbell loves dancing to Lady GaGa, is fond of fashion and enjoys putting on make-up.
But Britney's beauty regime goes way beyond playing with Mummy's lippy.
Once every three months, Britney climbs on a beautician's table and watches as mum Kerry prepares needles of Botox and fillers to be injected into her face.
Beautician Kerry, 34, from Birmingham, buys the substances online and injects them into her daughter's forehead, lips and around her eyes.
The beauty-pageant obsessed single mum also takes her to have her body waxed, in a bizarre bid to stop her growing hair when she eventually hits puberty.
Kerry says these shocking and potentially dangerous treatments will guarantee Britney becomes famous as a teenager.
She says: "What I am doing for Britney now will help her become a star.
"I know one day she will be a model, actress or singer, and having these treatments now will ensure she stays looking younger and baby-faced for longer.
"I'm sure people reading this will think I am being irresponsible, but I ensure that I test the Botox and fillers I buy online on myself first.
"All I want is for Britney to have the best start in life, so it is easier for her to become a superstar.
"More mothers should do it for their daughters."
Kerry is proud Britney is one of the youngest children in the world to have Botox injections and fillers for beauty purposes.
Despite doctors and plastic surgeons recommending Botox only be used by adults, Kerry claims Britney is in no danger.
Kerry, who also regularly administers Botox and fillers on herself, says: "I'm proud Britney is getting to have these beauty treatments at such a young age.
"I wish that I'd had the same advantages when I was younger.
"She is a lucky little girl and is going to be famous because of the benefits I am giving her so early."
Worryingly, Britney - whose research scientist dad died four years ago aged 83 - regards the injections and waxing as part of normal life.
She demands the top-ups of Botox, complaining she can see wrinkles.
Britney says: "My friends think it's cool I have all the treatments and they want to be like me. I check every night for wrinkles, when I see some I want more injections.
"They used to hurt, but now I don't cry that much.
"I also want a boob and nose job soon, so that I can be a star."
Shockingly, Kerry, who now lives in San Francisco is not alone in her quest to make her daughter wrinkle-free for life.
This behaviour is becoming a trend in the competitive world of American child beauty pageants.
Kerry says: "When Britney takes part in pageants, parents talk about how they have given their daughter an extra jab to plump her lips or lose a wrinkle.
"Everyone is doing it and talking about it.
"We are not doing anything illegal, and I don't want my daughter being the only one who doesn't have a bit of extra help."
Kerry is currently preparing Britney for the competitions, as well as saving up for a £2,000 dress.
Britney is also learning the piano for the events' performance sections.
Amazingly, in the UK and US there are no criminal laws stopping a child having these types of procedures as the industry is self-regulated.
Kerry says: "If I want Britney to be successful, I have to be realistic. She has to start as early as possible.
"I give her between 1-2ml of a saline and Botox solution per session.
"In the past 12 months she has had different parts of her face and lips injected four times. I make her frown before injecting, which helps identify a potential wrinkle. This means we can get it before it even develops.
"I know the correct amount to give her as I am a trained beautician.
"I'd rather she be perfect and have a little frozen face. Some people say her eyebrows look a little pulled already but they look striking."
Kerry buys Botox and Restalyne over the internet, spending £150 per 3ml vial. She has a home-assembled kit of needles from the local chemist and from a diabetic friend.
Kerry says: "I also buy vials of fillers and Botox from our local "beauty dealer" - one of the mums at school.
"It's all safe and I am not worried.Britney's young and healthy."
Kerry first injected Britney with Botox in May last year, as a present to celebrate her eighth birthday.
She says: "One day I had to keep her home from school as she had a slight headache, but apart from that she has had no reaction at all.
"She also has her virgin wax monthly, which gets rid of her fluffy leg hair and makes sure she wont develop pubic hair in the future.
"It will save her a fortune in waxing when she's older."
Little Britney says: "I feel like a supermodel and if I do ballet or go swimming I don't have to worry about hairy legs. Although the pain makes me cry, I feel like a cool grown-up when it's all over." Kerry plans to get Britney's eyebrows waxed this year.
She is also hoping to get them lightly tattooed to an arched shape and is also considering a light pink tattooed lip-liner.
She said: "All this pain and effort now will benefit Britney no end.
"When she's a superstar earning millions, she'll always be grateful for what I did when she was so young."
23-Year-Old Grandmother: World’s Youngest Grandmother at 23
(Maria Vultaggio for LongIslandPress.com)
Mother-of-two, Rifca Stanescu, was only 12 when she gave birth to her first child, Maria.
She urged her daughter not to follow her example, however, Maria had her son Ion while only 11-years-old.
Stanescu was only 11 when she married jewelry seller Ionel Stanescu and he was 13. Stanescu revealed “marrying young” is a way of life in the Romanian gypsy culture.
They had to elope because Stanescu feared her father wanted her to marry a fellow villager in Investi, Romania.
Stanescu reveals her feelings about Ionel Stanescu, “I wanted to marry him, so I agreed, and of course after we had spent the night together then there was no way anyone could separate us. I had been promised to another boy’s family since I was two years old but I didn’t want that.”
In gypsy culture ones virginity is highly prized, therefore women are married young as possible so that new husband’s can be sure their new wives are virgins who affect a good dowry. The loss of virginity translates to a terminated deal.
Stanescu was forgiven for her secret marriage once her daughter was born.
Her second child, son Nicolae was born a year later. The young mother tried to persuade daughter Maria to stay in school, however her efforts were to no avail.
Maria left her mother’s home and wed when she was ten and had her first child six months later.
Stanescu revealed to The Sun as she cuddled grandson Ion, now two, and said: “I am happy to be a grandmother but wished more for Maria.”
Will Rifca also be the world’s youngest great-grandmother?
What do you think about this?