December 3, 2008 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

The always great Star magazine says today that Jamie Lynn Spears is worried she caused permanent damage to her daughter Maddie because Jamie had lipo while she was pregnant.  You might be wondering how a perfectly healthy 16-year-old managed to get lipo, and you'd be right.  Jamies mom Lynne had to fight for her daughter to get approved because you're not supposed to knock out underage teens and poke around inside of them.  Ironically, that’s how Jamie got into this mess to begin with.  So far it's not clear if Maddies slow development is because of the surgery, or because the Spears' are retards.  Star says…

Jamie Lynn had just finished her hit Nickelodeon show Zoey 101 when she found the weight piling on. Not realizing she was expecting, she pleaded with her mom, Lynne Spears, to let her get liposuction, says a source.  She didn't know she was pregnant when she filled out the health questionnaire prior to the procedure," a second source reveals. "Her mom approved the injections and went through tons of red tape to get the clinic to administer them to an underage patient."  "Any form of liposuction is dangerous and should not be performed on a pregnant woman," plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Burton tells Star. "It poses serious health risks to the fetus."

The numbers here are kind of weird because Spears made her announcement to the world when she was 12 weeks pregnant.  How much weight could she have really put on in three months?  Is the answer 17 pounds?  Because that’s what I'm guessing, and if it turns out I was right that would really be something.  Borderline amazing.

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