It Takes A Lot Of Money To Keep The Crazy Going

August 20, 2010 / Posted by:

Lawyers for Mad Mel and Oksana Grigorieva were back in court on Wednesday to fight over how much money he should pay in child support for their daughter Lucia. Mad Mel wants to give OctoSana no more than $6,000 a month, but that’s not going to work for her.

OctoSana wants Mel to write her a bigger child support check every month, because her lawyers argued that in addition to the regular baby shit she also has to pay for bodyguards. But Mel farted (smells like hot tub water, sugar-coated communion wafers and fossilized feces) on those claims and said Lucia doesn’t need that much money even though he spends $600,000 a month on himself. Yes, Mad Mel blows $600k monthly on living expenses and he still can’t get his dick sucked. The tragedy that is….

Radar reports that Mel’s lawyers argued that the $600k is strictly for living expenses and doesn’t include his use of a private jet or other luxuries. Mel thinks that his 9-month-old daughter can easily live off of 1% of his monthly budget. OctoSana’s rep said that Mel has only paid $18,000 in child support since December.

OctoSana doesn’t need bodyguards? This is reich coming from the ragey boil who threatened to turn her into rose super food.

Does Baby Lucia really need more than $6,000 a month? Fuck yes, because toddler therapy and anti-depressants in formula form don’t come cheap! And since I’m the foreman of the Gold Diggers Union (even though my own gold digging game is whack), I hope OctoSana only leaves Mel with a Jacuzzi jet and a pack of Sno-Balls (they can pass for sugar tits) to keep his company.

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