LOS ANGELES -- Sharon Stone apparently doesn't believe in a little foot powder to cure smelly feet.

A judge in Stone's child custody case said the actress wanted her 8-year-old adopted son Roan to undergo Botox treatments for his foot odor, according to TMZ.com.

The website reports the revelation was made in a court-released Tentative Statement of Decision-- a highly sensitive document that outlines the bitter, ongoing custody battle between Stone and ex-husband, Phil Bronstein.

The Superior Court judge in San Francisco said that Stone has overreacted "to many medical issues" regarding her son's health issues.

In one instance, the judge wrote, Stone believed that her son had a spinal condition, but "there was no evidence to support this allegation," the website reported.

The document also stated that Bronstein took care of his son's foot odor problem by making sure the child wore socks with his shoes and used foot deodorant.

The judge denied a request by Stone to move Roan from San Francisco, where he lives with his father, to Los Angeles, according to TMZ.com. She was reportedly granted visitation rights, including some weekends and holidays.

57-year-old Bronstein and 50-year-old Stone adopted Roan in 1997, married in 1998 and divorced in 2004.