The Daily Mail reports that Courtney Stodden's mother, Krista, said of her son-in-law: "He's not creepy. He is such a great guy, he's so intelligent." The 34-year age difference doesn't bother Krista in the least. In a particularly disturbing comment, she added, "I see why they're together, he looks like he's in his early 30s, and Courtney looks like he's in her late 20s." If you say so, mom!
About the people who ridicule Hutchison (everyone other than her and her husband), she says, "It's like they're talking about someone else when they say bad things about Doug. He's with my daughter and I wouldn't want a creepy guy with my daughter. He's a wonderful, great man." Is this woman sane? What does she think about the constant staged scenes? Stodden calls the press to her location and the two make out, always with her wearing something very revealing and inappropriate for the place, sometimes getting kicked out of places for their disgusting displays. How about that a 51-year-old man has sex with her teenage daughter? Hello? Mom? Anything?
Courtney may be in a little hot water for claiming that she was doing a commercial for FreeCreditScore.com when she was actually just entering a contest the company was having hoping to get the gig. The company isn't too happy that she misrepresented working for them. It's not surprising that she would pull a stunt like thatÂ—both seem to be willing to do just about anything for publicity! Her tweets are so sexual it is appalling to think about her age and her YouTube videos, even from age 14, are highly sexualized.
Watch this CRAZY interview with the couple!
It turns out that Mama Krista has something to gain by her daughter's outrageous behavior. Guess who Courtney's new manager...er, momager is? Yep, Krista. She has even taken up residence next door to the couple's Los Angeles home. Why? "Doug was managing Courtney's career, but he has so many things coming his way that he just can't handle it all. It will be better for Courtney with me managing her." Yes, mom, obviously you're all about things being better for your daughter. She threw in, "I love my daughter and I've been a good parent." Whatever you say, lady!
Â© Margie Wilson-Mars 2012