Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt now understand the value of money and the life of ordinary Americans, after blowing 10 million on all kinds of garbage from supporting Hedi’s music career, renting studios to 35,000 a month on a Malibu home and Hedi’s many surgeries. Her and Spencer now owe 2 million in taxes and are said to be considering the thought of filing for bankruptcy and are homeless
Truly idiots, blowing their entire net worth of 10 million and not noticing it dwindling are the actions of two complete idiots. And all the money they blew it on like Hedi’s music career, come on now, let’s be real for a minute, she can cannot sing for shit.
Here are some lengthy comments from the two dummies:
“We were immature, worrying too much about the famous part instead of the actual business part,” Spencer tells Life & Style. “In hindsight, we shouldn’t have spent any of our money. We should have been low-key and saved.” Spencer continues, ““We spoke with a bankruptcy attorney and I’ve looked into unemployment checks.”
Heidi and Spencer never imagined that The Hills wouldn’t still be successful four years after its 2006 debut. So when the final season was suddenly cut from 20 episodes to 10 and they weren’t paid for the 10 unaired episodes, they had already spent the money in advance.
“We thought The Hills was going to be like 90210 and we’d have another five to 10 years,” Spencer says. “The ratings were consistent. But we never saw Jersey Shore coming. Before, TV audiences were fine with seeing us all argue, but now they want you to punch one another in the face and hook up with three different people. Our cast was a bit boring and snoozeworthy in comparison. No wonder we got canceled.”
“At our lowest point, I considered posing for nude pictures in Playboy,” Heidi, who had previously posed for the magazine clothed, admits. What stopped her? Spencer’s parents’ appeal for her to keep her clothes on in exchange for living in their guesthouse—a studio apartment. “I feel like I’m 14 years old again,” Spencer says. “My parents are my lifeline.” And for once, his statements aren’t an exaggeration. “Spencer’s parents go to the grocery store for us once a week,” Heidi tells Life & Style, “and that’s all we get.”
“We don’t want sympathy,” Spencer tells Life & Style. “We did this to ourselves and feel like idiots. But we’ve grown up and are definitely not as naive anymore.”
Dummies, Dummies, Dummies, don’t worry spencer, there are no sympathies here. You guys took everything for granted and were extremely wreckless in spending your dollars on the most stupid, unecessary things.
Thoughts? do you feel for these guys?