Tom Arnold Begs Hannity to Interview Him

Things aren’t going well for B-list Tom Arnold these days as personal woes continue to pile up for the Trump-hating conspiracy theorist.

The man most famous for being Rosanne Barr’s ex-husband is on his way back to divorce court as his current spouse got sick of his obsession with President Trump and the sleazy pee tape myth that the amateur sleuth Arnold has vowed to find.

However, the pee tape as made famous by disgraced and dirty FBI director James Comey’s effort to blackmail Trump doesn’t exist anywhere except within the perverted warped minds of Arnold and his fellow celebrity sickos.

Not only is Arnold getting divorced again but his meal ticket Michael Cohen is locked away in a country club prison in New York for the next several years leaving the man who played the role of Stanley Stupid in the award-winning (NOT) classic film The Stupids in desperate straights as he struggles to remain relevant which he is going to need to do to pay alimony and child support or also risk going to jail.

Last month, celebrity gossip website The Blast reported:

Tom Arnold‘s estranged wife is laying out why her marriage ended with the actor, and she’s claiming his ongoing drug addiction mixed with a fixation on President Donald Trump was a recipe for disaster.

Ashley Groussman Arnold just filed documents, obtained by The Blast, in her ongoing divorce with Tom, asking for the court to establish child custody and support, as well as spousal support for herself.

Ashley is asking for $6,783 per month for their two children, Jax and Quinn, as well as $9,036 per month in spousal support. She’s basing those numbers off Tom’s reported 2017 income of $604,680.

Ashley says Tom’s behavior in the months leading up to their separation last year had been “increasingly erratic.” She says that after the split, Tom agreed to move out of the family home when it was listed for sale in December, but he has not yet left.

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Robert Wetterich
Robert Wetterich
3 years ago

No. I don’t like watching train wrecks.