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Brielle Biermann, Kim Zolciak-Biermann

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Kim Zolciak-Biermann found herself at the forefront of some controversial rumors on Friday as a tabloid reported that she continuously throws her 19-year-old daughter, Brielle, "Botox injection parties."

Now, the mother-of-six is speaking out and denying the rumors. She gave a statement to E! News exclusively, through her rep, Jack Ketsoyan, saying: "I have never had a Botox party for my daughter nor would I ever let a plastic surgeon touch her face in Atlanta. The only thing Brielle has had done is her lips and that was by Dr. Simon Ourian in Beverly Hills."

Kim Zolciak, Brielle Biermann


News of her lip injections should not come as a surprise as Brielle has been very open about the procedure from day one.

In fact, in November, Brielle even shared a video of herself on Instagram getting the fillers from Ourian—the same Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Kylie Jenner has credited for her plump out—and opening up about how they've given her a confidence boost.

"Thank you thank you thank you!!! To my favorite, @SimonOurianMD1 !!! My lips are my biggest insecurity and I'm so happy w my results now," she posted alongside the graphic clip of her lips getting injections. "You truly are the best! Even though I hate needles you made this very easy! Thank you again."

Kim Zolciak, Instagram


Kim has also been vocal in the past about never having any plastic surgery done to her face. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star denied rumors about having a full facelift in June of 2015.

"This is ridiculous! Top doctors my ass!" she wrote on Twitter, adding, "I have not had surgery on my face period!!!!"

However, she will definitely admit to receiving Botox. "I just don't think there's anything wrong with it," she told InTouch magazine back in 2009. "Some cosmetic enhancement is obvious. A lot of times, the people who aren't talking about it are the ones who look horrible. I do Botox...I started getting Botox when I was 25 for migraines. I recommend that to anybody."

—Reporting by Beth Sobol

(E! News and Bravo are both part of the NBC Universal family).