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Post  Guest on Tue 15 Jun - 21:53

Mother who gives teenage daughter Botox now teaches her 7-year-old to POLEDANCE
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 10:03 AM on 15th June 2010

A mother who controversially injected her teenage daughter with Botox is now teaching her seven-year-old daughter to poledance.

Sarah Burge, 50, known as the 'Human Barbie' after spending half-a-million pounds on cosmetic surgery, claims that the poledancing lessons help daughter Poppy seven, to keep fit.

But children's safety campaigners and child experts criticised the move, warning she was sexualising her daughter far too early and making her a target for sexual predators.

Sarah Burge with her daughter Poppy, seven, who she is teaching to poledance. Mrs Burge, known as the 'Human Barbie' is also encouraging her daughter to undergo plastic surgery when she is older

Mrs Burge, who runs a swingers club which organises international sex parties, said pole dancing was a great bonding exercise.

'I am keeping Poppy healthy and happy, and if in the future she wants to be a real pole dancer, who am I to stop her?' she said.

'It's a great bonding experience for us to play on the pole together. We spend hours trying out poses and positions and dancing to our favourite music.

'Poppy wants to be like pop star Miley Cyrus, who also dances on a pole.

'There is no harm in a child having dreams. I'd rather her be healthy and ambitious than sitting in front of the TV all day getting fat like most children.'

In March the mother-of-three was criticised after it emerged she had given her daughter Hannah, then 15, Botox injections because she was worried about getting wrinkles.

The trained aesthetic practitioner from St Neots, Cambridge, was slammed by cosmetic surgeons after she administered the injections to her daughter's face herself.

She accepts that her latest parenting tip will attract criticism but said that her daughter was safe.

'I could not care less what people think about me. People think of the pole as a sexual object, but does this mean kids are not allowed to slide down a pole on a climbing frame?

Mrs Burge, who has had over 100 cosmetic procedures, administers Botox to her sixteen-year-old daughter, Hannah

'There are bad people out there who will have dirty thoughts about what Poppy is doing, but I will always protect her from men like that.

'There are no paedophiles while she's pole dancing, there's no risk.'

But Kidscape director Claude Knights said that the activities were completely unsuitable for a seven-year-old.

'It is worrying because pole dancing is associated with sexual activities.

'Pole dancing has connotations far beyond what a seven-year-old understands. If she was to say, 'We're doing gymnastics' it would be different.'

Mrs Burge, a former Playboy Bunny who holds the world record for the most cosmetic procedures, also revealed Poppy planned to follow in her footsteps and have cosmetic surgery when she is older.

'Poppy wants a boob job when she is old enough, and what my daughters want, they get.

'She also wears high heels and make-up, it makes her feel pretty.'

Poppy's father Tony, 50, defended his wife's actions.

'They make a great team. There is nothing wrong with using the pole for fitness,' he said.

But Siobhan Freegard, of Netmums, said that the moves were sexually explicit and would be damaging for Poppy.

'Pole dancing is akin to striptease. Girls love it when mum gets involved in an activity with them, so the daughter is going to be massively influenced.'

Mrs Burge said she was training her daughter to take over her empire when she gets older.

'There are pole dancers in the club. This exercise is early training, so she knows what to look for in dancers and will be a successful boss of the club.'

..Find this story at www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1286706/Mother-gives-teenage-daughter-Botox-teaches-7-year-old-POLEDANCE.html

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Post  malena stool on Tue 15 Jun - 22:08

This lady should have spent her half million on having common sense surgically implanted. Why can't people with pots of money allow their children to have a childhood?

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Post  zodiac on Tue 15 Jun - 22:10

That is disgusting! Injecting a 7-yr-old with Botox and teaching her to pole dance!

What did she look like before she spent 500k on herself? I think she should ask for a refund.

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Post  Guest on Tue 15 Jun - 22:34

Note the "Sick Mum" article in the Sun isn't written by Antonella Lazerri

Sick mum: It's only like kids on a climbing frame

By DULCIE PEARCE

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3014180/Sick-mum-teaches-daughter-of-7-to-pole-dance.html

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Post  Guest on Tue 15 Jun - 22:46

That is a very nasty picture of the wee girl next to the pole. She looks really miserable.

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Post  Guest on Wed 16 Jun - 0:16

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Mother who gives teenage daughter Botox now teaches her 7-year-old to POLEDANCE
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 10:03 AM on 15th June 2010

A mother who controversially injected her teenage daughter with Botox is now teaching her seven-year-old daughter to poledance.

Sarah Burge, 50, known as the 'Human Barbie' after spending half-a-million pounds on cosmetic surgery, claims that the poledancing lessons help daughter Poppy seven, to keep fit.

But children's safety campaigners and child experts criticised the move, warning she was sexualising her daughter far too early and making her a target for sexual predators.

Sarah Burge with her daughter Poppy, seven, who she is teaching to poledance. Mrs Burge, known as the 'Human Barbie' is also encouraging her daughter to undergo plastic surgery when she is older

Mrs Burge, who runs a swingers club which organises international sex parties, said pole dancing was a great bonding exercise.

'I am keeping Poppy healthy and happy, and if in the future she wants to be a real pole dancer, who am I to stop her?' she said.

'It's a great bonding experience for us to play on the pole together. We spend hours trying out poses and positions and dancing to our favourite music.

'Poppy wants to be like pop star Miley Cyrus, who also dances on a pole.

'There is no harm in a child having dreams. I'd rather her be healthy and ambitious than sitting in front of the TV all day getting fat like most children.'

In March the mother-of-three was criticised after it emerged she had given her daughter Hannah, then 15, Botox injections because she was worried about getting wrinkles.

The trained aesthetic practitioner from St Neots, Cambridge, was slammed by cosmetic surgeons after she administered the injections to her daughter's face herself.

She accepts that her latest parenting tip will attract criticism but said that her daughter was safe.

'I could not care less what people think about me. People think of the pole as a sexual object, but does this mean kids are not allowed to slide down a pole on a climbing frame?

Mrs Burge, who has had over 100 cosmetic procedures, administers Botox to her sixteen-year-old daughter, Hannah

'There are bad people out there who will have dirty thoughts about what Poppy is doing, but I will always protect her from men like that.

'There are no paedophiles while she's pole dancing, there's no risk.'

But Kidscape director Claude Knights said that the activities were completely unsuitable for a seven-year-old.

'It is worrying because pole dancing is associated with sexual activities.

'Pole dancing has connotations far beyond what a seven-year-old understands. If she was to say, 'We're doing gymnastics' it would be different.'

Mrs Burge, a former Playboy Bunny who holds the world record for the most cosmetic procedures, also revealed Poppy planned to follow in her footsteps and have cosmetic surgery when she is older.

'Poppy wants a boob job when she is old enough, and what my daughters want, they get.

'She also wears high heels and make-up, it makes her feel pretty.'

Poppy's father Tony, 50, defended his wife's actions.

'They make a great team. There is nothing wrong with using the pole for fitness,' he said.

But Siobhan Freegard, of Netmums, said that the moves were sexually explicit and would be damaging for Poppy.

'Pole dancing is akin to striptease. Girls love it when mum gets involved in an activity with them, so the daughter is going to be massively influenced.'

Mrs Burge said she was training her daughter to take over her empire when she gets older.

'There are pole dancers in the club. This exercise is early training, so she knows what to look for in dancers and will be a successful boss of the club.'

..Find this story at www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1286706/Mother-gives-teenage-daughter-Botox-teaches-7-year-old-POLEDANCE.html


Holy God. Does this mother realise the pain her daughter goes through when she gets botox. My daughter gets it for medical reasons and it kills me to see the pain she is in after getting it. I could never ever do this for vanity reasons for my child.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 16 Jun - 6:42

That seven-year-old has blonde streaks and hair extensions. What on earth is that stupid woman trying to make her children into? Those girls should be taken into care and their mother's access to money cut off. Stupid stupid woman!

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Post  Eve on Wed 16 Jun - 15:02


I think the mother is not right in the head to be honest, and yes she is a stupid Mother

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Post  Guest on Thu 17 Jun - 11:14

Sarah Burge with her daughter Poppy, seven, who she is teaching to poledance. Mrs Burge, known as the 'Human Barbie' is also encouraging her daughter to undergo plastic surgery when she is older





Mrs Burge, who has had over 100 cosmetic procedures, administers Botox to her sixteen-year-old daughter, Hannah


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Post  blossom45 on Thu 17 Jun - 11:32

hmmmmm....methinks the mum needs a bit of a tuck in her tummy.
the flap of loose skin is not a good look.

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as above

Post  halfamo on Thu 17 Jun - 14:44

I think its just so sad, poor child.

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Post  Keela on Thu 17 Jun - 14:50

blossom45 wrote:hmmmmm....methinks the mum needs a bit of a tuck in her tummy.
the flap of loose skin is not a good look.

Blossom, you beat me to it! That nasty looking spare crinkly flesh doesn't look good.

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Post  blossom45 on Thu 17 Jun - 18:25

keela...
i imagine that the mum in question was spitting tacks when she saw that awful photo...
ah well,she'd just say i'm jealous!

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Post  hobnob on Thu 17 Jun - 18:32

That kid looks seriously fed up and p*ssed off

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Post  blossom45 on Fri 18 Jun - 8:47

hobnob,
that child should be playing with her collection of toys,
not promoting her sick mothers life style.

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Post  Guest on Fri 18 Jun - 10:10

from a purely personal view, i prefer the real barbie but maybe that's just me.

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Post  flubber on Sat 19 Jun - 21:45

Unbelievable!!!! What a stupid stupid woman. Does no-one want children to be children anymore. I noticed in Asda last week a child's T shirt with "future WAG" written on the front. Personally I would want more for my daughter than to be like any WAG, seeking publicity of their husband's fame and getting walked all over in the process. I am far from a perfect parent but there seem to be more and more people now who arent fit to breed.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 19 Jun - 22:03

I work as a supply teacher and recently I was sent to cover a year 1 class in a primary school. Considering that these children are near the end of their first year of school, I was appalled by the behaviour of quite a few of them. Some of those kids seemed almost totally out of control. As for their cognitive development, my three-year-old grandson is streets ahead of about a third of those children. How come we've got 5 year-olds whose first language is English, who can hardly string a sentence together.

More recently I have been working in a school for EBD (Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties) These are children who have been removed from mainstream schools because of their behaviour. I have been quite shocked at the number of children in the infant class who have been excluded from mainstream schools because of behavioural problems.

I am quite sure that even 10 years ago there weren't many five-year-olds being excluded for trashing classrooms, destroying computers, being violent towards other kids and teachers.

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Post  fred on Sun 20 Jun - 8:18

flubber wrote:Unbelievable!!!! What a stupid stupid woman. Does no-one want children to be children anymore. I noticed in Asda last week a child's T shirt with "future WAG" written on the front. Personally I would want more for my daughter than to be like any WAG, seeking publicity of their husband's fame and getting walked all over in the process. I am far from a perfect parent but there seem to be more and more people now who arent fit to breed.

I agree about the clothes being unappropiate, I saw a little with a t-shirt on that said "So many boys, so little time".

Why would any parent or relative buy that for a child?

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Post  Guest on Sun 20 Jun - 8:21

fred wrote:
flubber wrote:Unbelievable!!!! What a stupid stupid woman. Does no-one want children to be children anymore. I noticed in Asda last week a child's T shirt with "future WAG" written on the front. Personally I would want more for my daughter than to be like any WAG, seeking publicity of their husband's fame and getting walked all over in the process. I am far from a perfect parent but there seem to be more and more people now who arent fit to breed.

I agree about the clothes being unappropiate, I saw a little with a t-shirt on that said "So many boys, so little time".

Why would any parent or relative buy that for a child?

i think i said this someplace else but i saw last year at the airport a maybe 10 year old wearing a shirt that read 'the best little fcuk in the world.'


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Post  zodiac on Sun 20 Jun - 10:22

Marky wrote:
fred wrote:
flubber wrote:Unbelievable!!!! What a stupid stupid woman. Does no-one want children to be children anymore. I noticed in Asda last week a child's T shirt with "future WAG" written on the front. Personally I would want more for my daughter than to be like any WAG, seeking publicity of their husband's fame and getting walked all over in the process. I am far from a perfect parent but there seem to be more and more people now who arent fit to breed.

I agree about the clothes being unappropiate, I saw a little with a t-shirt on that said "So many boys, so little time".

Why would any parent or relative buy that for a child?

i think i said this someplace else but i saw last year at the airport a maybe 10 year old wearing a shirt that read 'the best little fcuk in the world.'



Yesterday I was in the supermarket with my nearly 11 year-old daughter. My daughter was shocked (as was I) to hear a mother on her mobile talking slang and swearing practically every second word. The woman was talking nearly shouting about her husband or partner and what a xxnker he was. She had two girls with her they were crying and pulling at her saying mum, mum, mum she just pushed them away and told them they were fxxxkin doing her fxxxkin head in and to fxxxkin shut the fxxk up! About 10 mins later we were standing at the check out and my daughter cuddled into my arm and quietly told me they were a few checkout's up from us and that the little one about 4 had T-shirt on that had "Future Wag" written on it and the older one about 6 had "Rich Bitch" on hers! My daughter thought it was disgusting! I pity teachers having to teach kids who come from families that who do not even bother to teach their children manners and right from wrong before they even start school. I also pity decent children having to go through their school life with children brought up like that.

Marky whoever put a T-shirt on their child with the words you describe need their head testing!

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 20 Jun - 10:44

zodiac wrote:
Marky wrote:
fred wrote:
flubber wrote:Unbelievable!!!! What a stupid stupid woman. Does no-one want children to be children anymore. I noticed in Asda last week a child's T shirt with "future WAG" written on the front. Personally I would want more for my daughter than to be like any WAG, seeking publicity of their husband's fame and getting walked all over in the process. I am far from a perfect parent but there seem to be more and more people now who arent fit to breed.

I agree about the clothes being unappropiate, I saw a little with a t-shirt on that said "So many boys, so little time".

Why would any parent or relative buy that for a child?

i think i said this someplace else but i saw last year at the airport a maybe 10 year old wearing a shirt that read 'the best little fcuk in the world.'



Yesterday I was in the supermarket with my nearly 11 year-old daughter. My daughter was shocked (as was I) to hear a mother on her mobile talking slang and swearing practically every second word. The woman was talking nearly shouting about her husband or partner and what a xxnker he was. She had two girls with her they were crying and pulling at her saying mum, mum, mum she just pushed them away and told them they were fxxxkin doing her fxxxkin head in and to fxxxkin shut the fxxk up! About 10 mins later we were standing at the check out and my daughter cuddled into my arm and quietly told me they were a few checkout's up from us and that the little one about 4 had T-shirt on that had "Future Wag" written on it and the older one about 6 had "Rich Bitch" on hers! My daughter thought it was disgusting! I pity teachers having to teach kids who come from families that who do not even bother to teach their children manners and right from wrong before they even start school. I also pity decent children having to go through their school life with children brought up like that.

Marky whoever put a T-shirt on their child with the words you describe need their head testing!


I would love to see a group of parents getting together and taking action against their Local Education Authority for not meeting its statutory obligations towards their children. The various education acts lay down the number of days and hours per week in a school year that children are entitled to. When lessons don't even get started properly until disruptive pupils have been removed and only after the teacher has had to go through 3/4 warnings and called for the senior teacher on duty, who may or may not come, the education of the rest of the children in the class has suffered. This is such a regular occurrence that most of the children are being denied their statutory rights and the expectation of parents that their child's educational needs/rights will be met is being denied.

Most schools now operate the C1,C2,C3,C4 system

C1: first warning and time given (about 10 minutes) to change behaviour.
C2: second warning and time given, as above.
C3: usually a short lunchtime or break-time detention of 10 minutes or so.
C4: removal from classroom and after school detention.

In some schools a child removed under C4 will be returned to the classroom for the last 10 minutes of the lesson. So, having taken, on average 30 minutes to get the kid removed, a teacher and the rest of the class can then have 20 minutes of a 1 hour lesson before the disruptive kid comes back and ruins the rest of it.

There are so many kids who don't seem to have a clue about how to behave in a classroom, but when I see some parents and their offspring out and about in shops etc, it's not a huge leap of thinking to understand why. Unfortunately, those kids have statutory rights to education and so we have to put up with them and it's actually very difficult to exclude them.

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Post  Panda on Sun 20 Jun - 10:50

Zodiac

Whoever manufactures these T Shirts needs their head examined as well. !!!!!

It"s just another sign of the Times I"m afraid: respect, education, moderation, manners, have gone by the board. Replaced by anything goes, must have, lack of parenting skills because a lot of these Mothers are
barely out of childhood themselves, drink and drugs also play a large part in the way people behave.

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