Sharon Stone is firing back at a judge who claimed that she wanted her 8-year-old son Roan to receive Botox treatments for his “foot odor.”
“This week it was reported in connection with Sharon Stone’s custody dispute that she wanted to have her young 8 year-old son undergo Botox treatment at this time for his feet. Sharon Stone never made this statement. It is a complete fabrication,” her attorney Martin Singer tells Entertainment Tonight. “Sharon loves her son Roan and only wants the best for him.”
The statement comes days after a San Francisco judge claimed in new Superior Court papers that the actress, 50, “delegates many of her parenting responsibilities to third parties” and has “simply refused” to participate in counseling unless her “schedule is accommodated and her demands are met.”
“Such conduct on the part of any parent … is unacceptable and does not serve the child’s best interest,” said the judge, who added that she tends “to overreact” to many medical issues involving her son.
The judge’s remarks were a tentative statement on Stone’s motion to modify custody.
The judge has turned down Stone’s request to move her son Roan to Los Angeles, where she lives, from his father Phil Bronstein’s home in San Francisco. She is allowed visitation time with the child, including weekends and holidays.
Stone and Bronstein – who wed in 1998 – adopted Roan in 2000 and divorced in 2004.