One of those women is about to lose custody of her child because of those beliefs.

This former naked celebrity turned host turned reality star turned actress turned host has a group of women in LA that she kind of preaches to about her beliefs. Now, one of those women is about to lose custody of her child because of those beliefs.

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This former naked celebrity turned host turned reality star turned actress turned host has a group of women in LA that she kind of preaches to about her beliefs.

Now, one of those women is about to lose custody of her child because of those beliefs.

Jenny McCarthy

Candace Cotton

L.A. Dodgers Pitcher Kenley Jansen Battles Baby Mama Over Their Child’s Health

Relief pitcher Kenley Jansen Opens a New Window. and his baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, advanced to the World Series on Saturday night.

But as The Blast Opens a New Window. has reported, the athlete has been fighting a personal battle with his baby mama, Candace Cotton, over their daughter.

Legal papers obtained by the outlet show that Jansen, 31, has asked a judge in L.A. to award him legal custody of his girl Natalia, 5.

Jansen claimed in the documents that Cotton doesn’t want their daughter to be vaccinated and he fears for her health.

The papers contend that Cotton is “adamantly opposed to Natalia being vaccinated and has sought to avoid their administration by lobbying (her doctor), making unsupported medical claims, and simply dragging her feet.” – Source

Jenny McCarthy’s Antivax Group Is Funding Scientific Research On Autism

In late November, a scientific publisher abruptly removed the abstract of a study from its webpage. The as-yet-unpublished research, which would have appeared in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, concluded that unvaccinated children are less likely to suffer from autism (among other ailments). The abstract was taken down after a severe Twitter backlash.

Motherboard has determined that the research in question was funded mostly by actor Jenny McCarthy’s autism awareness nonprofit, Generation Rescue. McCarthy has famously spread the dangerously inaccurate, and scientifically unsound, view that vaccines can cause autism in otherwise healthy children. (She has somewhat softened this view in recent years.)

Generation Rescue describes its goal as aiding in “recovery” of kids with autism spectrum disorders, although it is widely seen as a platform for “anti-vaxxers”—people opposed to vaccinations. Although Generation Rescue board member and co-founder J.B. Handley rejects the anti-vaxxer label, its website still includes resources on how to avoid vaccinations, for example. And the group is open to funding more research.- Source