Did Jamie Lynn Spears Have Lipo While Pregnant?
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Rumor has it that Jamie Lynn Spears has undergone a new treatment to suck the fat right out of her. Both the Enquirer and Star magazines are claiming Spears underwent the procedure. Trouble is, each is reporting a different time frame for the treatment. Star has gone the extra mile and claims that the new mom actually had the procedure done while she was pregnant!
The Zooey 101 lead was seventeen when she gave birth to daughter Maddie and is alleged to have had injections of soy to help dissolve fat after she thought she was getting too fat. Mom Lynn Spears pulled a few strings or something to get the injections since Jamie Lynn was underage for the procedure. Star is claiming the new mom didn't know she was pregnant at the time of the injections.
What do you make of all this? I doubt it's true, yet, at the same time, is too weird to be unbelievable. I am sure we've all done things we wouldn't have done had we known we were pregnant (how do you like THOSE verb tenses?). On the other hand, I sort of knew when I was pregnant--I took those tests and felt odd. Being seventeen might preclude one from being familiar with the signs of pregnancy though, right?
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