Scoop: Kim Kardashian accused of baby brow altering

GVK/Bauer-Griffin/GC ImagesKim Kardashian is seen pushing her daughter

GVK/Bauer-Griffin/GC ImagesKim Kardashian is seen pushing her daughter

In possibly the most explosive story of 2013, Kim Kardashian released new photos of her baby North West, prompting some to speculate that she altered her infant’s eyebrows.

Little Money Boo-Boo does have rather bodacious brows for a tiny tot; it’s conceivable that what once was a monobrow has since been plucked, waxed, threaded or otherwise removed. A Senate panel has been organized to look into the matter further.

In the meantime, the Twitterverse is alive with displeasure from concerned citizens wanting to preserve the sanctity of baby facial hair. A rep for Kardashian told the Huffington Post the waxing allegations are “false” and “completely ridiculous.”

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