When it comes to the coverage of Sharon Stone's custody battle, it's not only her son's feet that stink. So do the reports of her more untraditional parental reactions—at least, according to the actress' camp.
Stone's attorney has lashed out at media reports that focused on one of the star's most unusual out-of-the-box parenting techniques, namely her desire, as relayed via the judge in her custody hearing, to treat son Roan's smelly appendages by injecting Botox.
"This week it was reported in connection with Sharon Stone's custody dispute that she wanted to have her 8-year-old son undergo Botox treatment at this time for his feet," attorney Marty Singer said. "Sharon Stone never made this statement. It is a complete fabrication."
While technically true, Singer seems to be protesting on the basis of semantics—Stone didn't make the statement, at least not "at this time"; San Francisco County Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo did, citing a previous legal filing made by her ex-husband Phil Bronstein.