The premise? Two matchmakers set Kate up on fun dates, while her twin daughters chime-in. Kate, with her not-so-warm-and-friendly-personality, on blind dates? Sigh. I get it. Since her ex-hubby had a midlife crisis and decided to bang 20-year-olds and ditch his engineering job to become a club DJ, Kate needed to hustle to support eight kids. The only way to make big cash is to stay public. But we really don't need this show, TLC. She can go write another book or something.....
Public intoxication and drug possession; domestic incidents; arguing with people she owes money to... and on, and on.
Here's a thought. If you owe somebody money, you need to pay them! Imagine you doing whatever you do that's made you famous and not getting paid. Yes, all those babies you pop out for money from your baby daddies. You wouldn't stand for lack of "child support".
Calm down, girl.
But Dennis says this story is totally inaccurate. He said he and his friends were hired to help move a $2,500 crystal art piece at the store, and the yoga items were payment. But, the surveillance video shows something different. Mr. Helping Hands said:
"I tried to help... as the good person I am. Am I going to jail? No."
Rodman was allegedly drunk at the time of the incident-- which he denies. Also, that crystal art piece? They dropped it on the floor. Oops.
If there were a Ultimate Hot Mess Award, this asshat would win hands down. Or would that be hands on... the goods?