Just to jog your memory, Heidi famously got 10 different plastic surgeries in one day, and like many young celebrities, the two of them had fancy cars, a fancy house, and treated all their friends to ridiculously expensive meals at high end restaurants around Hollywood.
Well, I recently came across an interesting interview with the two of them where they just flat out admit that they blew through 10 million dollars in just a few years.
They aren’t broke because they have had a few celebrity appearances and have been on other shows, but they are no longer living the lifestyle they once had.
I kept digging around about this story since I found it to be bizarre, and it was almost remarkable how candid and also cautionary their comments were.
Maybe they’re just trying to rustle up some press and get paid for some more interviews because of their situation, but they really didn’t have to be so honest.
For example, they admitted to acting like Jay Z and Beyonce. They talked about always having to have the latest BMW every single year instead of buying something sensible like a car from John Hughes Hyundai. They said they spent $60,000 just to take a private jet places so that their 4 dogs could travel with them on the plane!!
Another interesting comment they made was their claim that they “gave it all away.” Lest you think this meant they donated to charity, they actually clarified that they let friends borrow money, they bought friends expensive meals, and Spencer even said he gave a wardrobe worth tens of thousands of dollars to a friend who wanted to make it big as a Hollywood real estate agent and wanted to look the part.
I obviously don’t really feel sorry for them because they dug their own grave, but I really, really cringe when I think of how young they are (my age) and how much money that could have been 40 years from now. Even one million of their 10 million put away properly in their early 20s would have had them completely set. It’s sad that they were so uninformed, so caught up in Hollywood culture, and so intent on impressing their friends that they missed out on a very secure future.
What do you think of this story? Why do you think they’re going on national news and admitting all of this?