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Toddlers & Tiaras Pageant Mom Crashes Rival Meet-And-Greet: 'She's Desperate!'

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Aug. 29 2012, Published 4:30 a.m. ET

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By Amber Goodhand - News Editor

Pageant queen Isabella Barrett's mother will do whatever it takes to make her child a star, even crashing a Toddlers & Tiaras rival meet-and-greet event, is exclusively reporting.

Controversial pageant star Paisley Dickey and her mom Wendy held an autograph session and meet-and-greet with fans in Halifax, Massachusetts on Tuesday when Isabella's mother, Susanna Barrett unexpectedly showed up and when she was turned away at the door, she set up a jewelry stand outside!

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"Susanna showed up at the event and was immediately turned away by event organizers," an eyewitness exclusively told

"But she wouldn't take no for an answer, and set up a stand in the parking lot outside trying to sell the anti-bullying jewelry line that she started with Isabella. It was embarrassing, really." has obtained exclusive photos of Susanna at her jewelry stand and independently verified that she was not welcome at the event.


"Susanna claims she quit Toddlers & Tiaras because it was ruining her family, but she's clearly missing the fame and desperate to get Isabella back in the spotlight," the insider revealed.

"They're desperate to get Isabella back in the spotlight, but crashing a three-year-old's event is outrageous!"


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