Sharon Stone wanted to botox her son

Sharon Stone was really slammed by the judge in her custody case. Last week it was reported that Stone had lost custody of her oldest son Roan to ex-husband Phil Bronstein. However what actually happened was that she’d petitioned the court for a change in custody and requested that Roan move in with her full-time, which the court denied.

The judge said Stone was such an over-reactive and inattentive parent that she was clearly harming Roan. She also sounds like she’s mother f*#&ing stupid, too. For example Roan has a problem with stinky feet, like a lot of kids (and adults) do. Stone thought the obvious solution to this problem was to botox the kid’s feet. While this will stop the sweating (excessive sweaters also use it for palms), she had not tried anything else. This was her first solution. Bronstein pointed out that he had Roan wear socks with his shoes and use a foot deodorant, and the problem went away. You know, like what a normal, sane, rational person would do You don’t even need to be that smart to solve this problem, you just need to be smarter than a complete moron.

Sharon Stone is an alarmist parent who has gone off the deep end over and over, according to the judge who rejected her request to move her son down to L.A. The court has released what it calls the “Tentative Statement of Decision.” It is a highly sensitive document, which outlines a bitter, ongoing battle between Stone and ex-husband, Phil Bronstein.

Among many things, the judge says, “Mother appears to overreact to many medical issues involving Roan.” In one case, the judge describes Stone believing Roan had a spinal condition, but “there was no evidence to support this allegation.”

And then the court says, “Another example of an overreaction is that Mother suggested that Roan should have Botox injections in his feet to resolve a problem he had with foot odor. As Father appropriately noted, the simple and common sense approach of making sure Roan wore socks with his shoes and used foot deodorant corrected the odor problem without the need for any invasive procedure on this young child.”

The judge goes on: “Unfortunately, the problem caused by Mother’s overreactions is painfully real for this child.” There are many other specifics that we won’t publish. The judge says at one point, responding to Stone’s argument that she put her career on hold for Roan, “if Mother has, in fact, limited her career to make herself available for Roan, she has done little to make this evident to Roan, his school or this Court.”

[From TMZ]

Ouch. Just as an aside, if TMZ is withholding potentially disturbing information from the public, it must be pretty bizarre stuff, because you know they’d be all over it if they could. The saddest part of that statement was that it wasn’t evident to Roan that his mother has done much of anything for him. It’s not relevant but I’m sure it’s not evident to the public as well. I bet if you asked a hundred people on the street to list twenty things they know about Sharon Stone, not one would list that she’s a parent.

Sharon Stone has built a career on being crazy and bizarre, and though I’ve never been able to stand her, she made it work for her. But it crosses a huge line when you’re self-centered narcissism leads you to act this way towards your child. She clearly has some severe mental health issues, and it seems like she’s got some kind of personality disorder going on. Maybe she should spend less time trying to botox her kids and a little more time with a shrink.

Here’s Sharon and her assistant at the Coffee Bean and Tea in LA on Saturday. Images thanks to Fame.

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  1. Holly says:

    Hm. That’s curious that they wouldn’t post it. They did, after all, post a picture of a child molestation victim, post the Donda West 911 calls, post a video of DJ AM and Travis Barker on fire, and post a video of Heath Ledger’s body being wheeled out of the apartment where he died. They’re soulless, really, so if they’re silent you almost have to wonder if there really was any more compelling dirt.

  2. anony says:

    Wow! I read she is a member of MENSA too – I guess common sense doesn’t always accompany a high I.Q.
    Now imagine how much worse it might be if she had a daughter- yikes. I think for some reason she would be even more damaging raising a little girl. She seems hyper vain herself (i.e. the plastic surgery) so that would be a bad female role model.

  3. disgusted says:

    My brother and his wife went through months of testing and inspections before being allowed to adopt. How can people claim that celebrities get no preferential treatment when this nutcase got three healthy caucasian newborns in a relatively short period of time? Those boys will have one heckuva tell-all book in about 15 years!

  4. Neelyo says:

    I predict a very explosive conclusion to this story (think Cheryl Crane and Lana Turner).

    That said, she looks great in those photos.

  5. Lola says:

    Damn she has two other kids she adopted alone so they don’t even have a father to put a stop to her alarmist reactions. I feel for them. Social services had better move in next door to her.

    Anony, she also has a 24 year old boyfie. Now am not ageist but if that is not vanity and, I don’t know what is.

  6. kate says:

    maybe she suffers from munchausen-by-proxy syndrome. i’d watch those kids like a hawk if i were her ex husband.

  7. Anna says:

    You’d think a woman with an IQ that high wouldn’t even think about doing such things to her child. Really goes to show how completely crazy she is. It really is better for Roan if she doesn’t get him fully. Poor guy.

  8. anony says:

    Yeah it’s not like she strikes me as the type who would fight the decision either.
    I’m glad I had non famous parents, ha ha.

  9. Kaiser says:

    And this is just the child we know about. You know? She’s got two other sons that Bronstein doesn’t have any legal claim to – they might be in the legal wilderness.

  10. Granger says:

    What? You guys don’t botox your kids? :lol:

  11. Rougelatete says:

    I don’t believe this for a second. You’d have to be crazy to botox your kids’ feet and the courts would probably take away your parental rights if you….oh, wait. Nevermind.

  12. doodahs says:

    It’s been said before but… you need a license to have a dog but any old wack-a-doo can have kids….

  13. Mary says:

    OK guys, please allow me to elucidate one point. She is NOT a member of MENSA. She lied about that. (She also claimed to have graduated from a “MENSA school”, which does not even exist.)

  14. Zoe says:

    I don’t know, she seems like a kook to me, but on the other hand, there are a ton of attention-seeking wacko judges out there too… couldn’t this have been blown out of proportion?
    Just sayin’

  15. me says:

    Sharon has a history of being liberal with the truth – remember the breast cancer incident a few years back? I think the whole mensa IQ stuff is probably overstated also. She also claims to never have had cosmetic surgery but there are topless photos of her on the net that show very obvious breast implants.

  16. Nikki says:

    Let’s hope she isn’t planning to buy herself any more children. I feel sorry for all those kids, but at least Roan has a dad who is trying to do the right thing by him.

  17. Candy says:

    could it be that she suffers from that mental disorder, where mother’s seek attention by provoking nin-existent illnesses in their children? I can’t remember the name of that disorder….sounds lika an aweful lot for a little kid. And she never struck me as the motherly type. Hope this is all for the best.

  18. DLR says:

    Candy, are you thinking of Munchausen’s Syndrome? That’s an interesting point you raised. I mean this is the same woman that said the earthquake in China was karma for their bad human rights record. So yeah, who knows, Sharon might not be “all there” in her mind and is seeking out any sort of attention by using her children. 8O I do understand Botox is used to help excessive sweating in the underarms, but haven’t heard of it for the feet and certainly not in a child? I think that’s a bit extreme and now I’m thinking her ex-husband’s court requests aren’t outlandish and he’s actually concerned for the child. Too bad he can’t do much about the other two boys as I think she adopted them after they divorced.

  19. Orangejulius says:

    Just throwing this into the ring, not trying to defend her. Having botox injections in the feet is a real and effective solution to sweating problems. It’s good that this kid responded to less drastic measures, but sometimes those don’t work. This is a legitimate solution, not some off-the-wall idea

  20. Orangejulius says:

    You beat me to it, DLR.

  21. Sports Picks says:

    Next on social services to the rich and famous..

  22. reasonstobecheerfulpart2 says:

    Could it be that TMZ have some little decency left because this is a child we are talking about? He must be suffering a lot already (apart from having such a mother) because his smelly feet are now discussed worldwide. Just imagined my son’s reaction if such a thing happened to him. He’d probably apply for a new identity and leave the country ;-)
    Perhaps it’s not decency on TMZ’s part (that would be a first) but plain knowing that if they crossed that border, and published details about a minor, they’d be in some big legal trouble. At least that’s what I hope would happen.

  23. Rachel says:

    Maybe she’s a bit confused.. I know in england at least if you sweat alot you can get botox injections in your armpits which stops the sweating (and concequently the extreme smelling) i know quite a few people who have had this done on the NHS. But i don’t think you can have it done on your feet!

    edit: Or maybe you can, i really don’t know. Although thinking about it, it’s probably possible.

  24. Lio says:

    “The judge said Stone was such an over-reactive and inattentive parent”.

    Not that i want to defend her, but how can you be “over-reactive” and “inattentive” at the same time?!!!

  25. Rachel says:

    LOL at Lio, agreed.

  26. Carrie says:

    I just worry about her other two sons. They lack a second parent to moderate her batshit crazy selfishness.

  27. House Mouse says:

    Poor boy, he lost a mother for the second time.

    Sharon is really selfish, insane.

  28. brista says:

    Botox would be a legitimate solution; however, she should’ve started with less extreme measures.

    That being said, if my mom offered to buy me some Botox so I could get some of my overactive underarm sweat glands to relax, I’d take it. But then, I’ve tried all the less extreme measures, so…

  29. DAVIDOLEGLEG says:

    i thinks that they said is very false.who sharon can give some botox to his son because he lives with his father…thats all bye

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  31. Jill Jackson says:

    Tagged post as crazy is right on target.

  32. Hollywood says:

    You people should get a life instead of taking things and putting it in your own twisted concepts. Go outside. Get some fresh air!! Quit gossiping about people you have never met and wouldnt give you the time of day.