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Lady Gaga Is Allegedly More Demanding Than My Toddler

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shutterstock_65926825__1379265129_142.196.156.251Lady Gaga‘s personal assistant is suing her for thousands of hours of unpaid overtime. The things she claims she’s been subjected to at Gaga’s beck and call make round-the-clock care of my toddler seem like a cake walk.

Jennifer O’neill is alleging she worked 7,168 hours of unpaid overtime. She claims to have been made to sleep with Gaga, who just like my toddler, hates sleeping alone. She also claims to have been made to rub the corns on Gaga’s feet and wake at night to change DVD’s when Gaga couldn’t be bothered to get up. On a totally unrelated note, I knew those crazy shoes would destroy her feet.

It’s always crazy to me when I hear about adults acting like big babies. But I guess maybe that’s what millions of dollars does to a person? Is that what millions of dollars does to a person, because I have never been around anyone this rich. Does anyone have any super-rich friends that act like giant lady-children?

Gaga’s response is pretty epic. She’s basically saying, F-you, you eat caviar and ride around on fancy yachts and hang out with me! What more could you want? Seriously. Here’s a transcript from the Daily Mail. I wish all the swear words weren’t starred out – I like to see a person’s profanities of choice:

The star, 27, has submitted the expletive-filled 200-page witness statement that explains in her own words why her entourage get  perks instead of cash for extra  hours worked. She says: ‘It’s actually based on a bubbly, good heart. I am quite wonderful to everyone that works for me. I am going to tell you exactly what ******* happened, so that the judge can read on this transcript exactly what’s going on, which is my ex-best friend is a ******* hood rat who is suing me for money that she didn’t earn. The job was essentially a favour, and Jennifer was majorly unqualified for it.’

Wowza.

I don’t think it’s unbelievable that a star would be a megalomaniac that expected her personal assistant to scrub her corns and share a bed with her. I also don’t think it’s unbelievable that a disgruntled employee would try to sue their rich employer. We’ll see what happens. For now I’ll just be thankful my toddler doesn’t have corns that he can beg I come rub.

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