This Guy Has 30 Kids With 11 Women Then Asks The Government To Pay His Child Support?

Take one horny guy, 11 different consenting women, and 14 years later you have 30 kids with daddy’s eyes in one Tennessee county all asking for child support from the same man.  So what’s a dad to do?  The obvious of course – ask the state government to pay all your child support for you.

WREG reports thusly …

Desmond Hatchett is pleading with the state of Tennessee to help him pay for child support.

With 30 kids, who could afford to pay child support?

Yes, 30 children by 11 different “baby mamas.”

Desmond explained how it all happened, well you know what we mean, “I had four kids in the same year. Twice.”

The children range in age from toddlers to 14 years old.

He was last in court in 2009, at which time he had 21 children.

That means he’s had at least 9 more children in the last 3 years.

Hatchett only has a minimum wage job, which means some of the moms receive as little as… $1.49 a month.

Octomom doesn’t seem so outrageous at this point now does she?


2 thoughts on “This Guy Has 30 Kids With 11 Women Then Asks The Government To Pay His Child Support?

  1. We need to start a revolution. We need to turn child rearing on it’s head. We need to accept the fact that people should not be allowed to breed freely. I say we need to protect, to save innocent children, babies from potentially harmful situations. It’s time to stand up for the innocent and demand that something be done to ensure that only people who truely have the ability to provide a healthy environment for children are the ones who get to do so.


  2. Too many people having children that they can’t / don’t take care of properly. We have so many laws in place to protect us from the stupid things people do; for example, it’s the law to wear a seatbelt. This protects people who normally would not wear a seatbelt. It protects children whose lives depend on the decisions of others. If children have an irresponsible parent who normally would not buckle the child in, but because of the law and possibility of a fine/penalty they do use a seatbelt for the child and child is protected, then it’s a good thing. That’s just one example. So why don’t we have laws that require people to control their breeding? Innocent children being brought into the world by people who have not earned the right, who have no business being responsible for bringing up a child to be an emotionally healthy member of society.


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