$10.5 million dollars tax free! ($10,569,000.10) Half of that was gone in 3 years just to family and friends.
$2,750,000 million dollars gone btw her parents and 4 siblings. im trying to decide if that was too much to give away being that she already had 3 kids. I think her family is kind of foul for taking that much money from her knowing her situation. She didnt even graduate HS at the time. The brother only asked for $250,000 while her sisters wanted $500,000.
She won $100,000 playing at a casino not long after winning the lotto. this girl got some luck.
3 kids, 3 baby daddies at 23
9 kids total btw her and her man. thats just too much, no matter how rich you are.
Thirdly, she bough a modest home for $500,000. why would u take out a $360,000 mortgage? She could have bought the house outright and STILL had $10 mil leftover.
No comment needed on the cars.
She taking her friends on trips to tropical islands and they not bringing Luggage.
she paid the rent for a year for the babysitter, who ended up trashing the house.
she also sponsored 2 kids overseas in underdeveloped countries. while commendable, she already had enough mouths to support.
I want to feel bad for her, but I can't. she had opportunities other people dream of having. Thankfully the kids gonna get some money when they turn 26 so it wasnt a total waste.
And stop with all that financial advisor talk, like those people work for free. I'm not gonna pay a stranger to tell me how to manage my money.
That's another expense on top of your head, and i firmly believe that they aren't call what they are caked up to be. What courses does one study in college to become a financial advisor? What certifications are needed?
Some of these athletes have financial advisors and they STILL go broke. so what does that tell you?
Edited by JasonWllms55 - Mar 25 2013 at 2:54am