Remember the 33 year old guy with 30 kids by 11 different baby mamas? He’s baaaack & begging the courts for state help.
33 year old Desmond Hatchett, of Knoxville, Tennessee, has reportedly set a Knox County record for the number of children he has managed to reproduce with individual women, including one who worked for Victoria’s Secret.
However, Hatchett is claiming to be a victim of his own success with the ladies, as he has become unable to make child-support payments and was back in court again this month asking for help.
Only bringing in a minimum wage salary, Hatchett legally has half of his pay check taken from him by the state every month which is divided among his 30 children.
In theory, Hatchett’s obligations to his children would have him paying anywhere from $25 to $309 to the mothers of his mini football team.
After half his pay is deducted, the fertile dad is only able to provide the mother’s of his children: $1.49 A MONTH!!! SMDH!
The child support payments are based in part on the ages and needs of the children that Hatchett has produced and the 33-year-old’s oldest child is 14-years-old and the youngest is a toddler.
Desmond explained to Fox2Now.com how it all snowballed out of control financially for him: “I had four kids in the same year. Twice.”
Asked in a TV interview whether he can “keep up with it all”, the 33-year-old said he knows all their names, ages and birth dates.
In 2009 when he first appeared in court on charges that most of the mothers were not receiving child support, he had 21 children.
At the time, he said he was not going to father any more kids, but he ended up having nine more in the past three years.
He said: “I didn’t intend to have this many, it just happened.” WATCH THE SORRY VIDEO BELOW.
So many of you have wondered who the hell are these women? The 11 women who are seeking child-support payments from Hatchett all live within the Knoxville city area.
WTF! ICAN’T BELIEVE: The state cannot order Hatchett to stop making babies. He hasn’t broken any laws, according to the report. He has, however, set a Knox County record for his ability to produce.