Drama Queen Thomas Markle has finally been Heismaned out of his daughter Duchess Meghan‘s life. No, Meghan hasn’t had the peasants of her newly adopted country install a deep moat of fire water and hungry crocodiles with 10 foot poisoned tip spikes embedded on their backs around the Palace, but her dad says that she and the Royal Family have completely ex-communicated him and there’s no way for him to get in touch with her.
Thomas Markle is worried he’ll never see his precious daughter Duchess Meghan again now that she’s been captured by that evil ogre Prince Harry and imprisoned high up in a castle tower. The Royal couple never did make it to Mexico to visit the old man, and now The Mirror reports that Thomas is “heartbroken” and fears that he and Meghan may not “ever be together again”. Cue: your tears. Go! Go! This is you, you’re on! You’re supposed to be blubbering right now. But I guess if you’re a cold, heartless cynic, you might take Thomas sob story with a grain of salt.
Apparently in the giant legal mess that is Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s ongoing custody battle for their six children, Brad has been playing the part of the saintly blonde angel who, up until recently, has been too busy strumming his tiny gold harp to engage in nastiness against his ex. But according to UsWeekly, he’s no longer known as Mr. Nice Guy.
Yesterday, Heather Locklear had an extremely messy Father’s Day with her parents. On the exact same day, not very far away, her ex-husband Tommy Lee was also celebrating Father’s Day by dragging members of his family into massive amounts of drama. Although to be fair, Tommy Lee’s Father’s Day didn’t end with the cops being called. No, his fight played out on social media instead.
For over a year now, Jesse Williams and his estranged wife Aryn Drake-Lee have been battling it out over their two children, with their current fight being how much child support he should pay. At least they’re not fighting about something as petty as cupcakes?
According to CNN, a dramatic eviction fight happened yesterday in a Syracuse, NY courtroom between Christina and Mark Rotondo of Camillus, NY and their 30-year-old son Michael, seen above giving you junior Penn Jillette realness. Back in February, Christina and Mark decided they didn’t want their son Michael living at home anymore. So they gave their unemployed son a notice on February 2nd, stating that he had 14 days to vacate the property, and that he would not be allowed to return.