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Alledgedly these millionaire celebs won’t help their families…

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I just perused an article that lists  a bevy of millionaire celebrities who do not help certain members of their family. According to the article, Tiger Woods won’t help his half-brother Earl Woods, who is confined a wheelchair.  Tracy Morgan didn’t help save his mother’s home from foreclosure, and Candy Spelling didn’t give her daughter Tori money, but instead berated her for having a reality TV show. PHOTO: Candy Spelling and Tori Spelling pose backstage at the hit musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on Broadway at The Hirshfeld Theater, April 3, 2011 in New York City.(Aaron left a $500 million dollar estate of which Tori only received $800,000.)

I cannot imagine having millions and not helping those in my family. However, if you are estranged and/or don’t have a relationship with certain relatives, are you obligated to help them even if you raking in the millions? 

As for me, I guess I would have to become a millionaire to truly understand it.  One thing I know for sure, I cannot stand to see anyone hungry, thirsty, or homeless… But would I purchase someone a Bentley or a Rolex just because I ‘got it’? I highly doubt it.PHOTO: Tracy Morgan films a scene for "30 Rock," Jan. 16, 2012 in New York City.

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This entry was posted on April 9, 2012 by in Everything you want, The Gladys Kravitz Files - Research and Reports....
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