When John got the demand, he freaked out, according to the Enquirer's source. "John thought he had sweetened the deal by getting Rielle a house, but she didn't think what he'd offered to pay in regular support for their daughter was fair. John was so angry that he wouldn't let Rielle move into the house, even with a moving van full of her belongings en route. So a week after Thanksgiving, Rielle found herself without a place to live—and no agreement with John for their daughter's long-term support. She's absolutely furious, and may take the whole thing public!" She's furious? Every single person in John Edwards's "two Americas" that works and struggles and goes without in order to support him or herself, with or without children, should be furious at the very notion of this unbelievably spoiled, gold-digging loser demanding that much money just for the privilege of banging her.
Of course, John has a responsibility to support the child he fathered, and he's more than financially capable of doing so. But he doesn't have an obligation to support the woman he knocked up and didn't marry—there's no such thing as alimony for greedy ex-mistresses. We suggest Rielle Hunter get a mother-loving job and shut the hell up. There's apparently quite an old profession that she's already qualified for.
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