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Rosie O'Donnell Is A "Monster" To Live With, Says Insider

By Josh Loposer |

rosie-odonnell-kelli-carpenter-kidsDespite their attempts to keep the breakup “friendly” in public, Kelli Carpenter can’t control everything that works its way into the media. Apparently, some of the things that Kelli have said about Rosie in private are now being made public, thanks to a snitch.

From the Enquirer’s blabbermouth:

“Kelli thinks Rosie’s a great parent, but a lousy mate. She’s a monster to live with. While she is kind and patient with their four children, she’s snappish, condescending and constantly argumentative with Kelli.”

As far as Rosie and Kelli’s individual efforts to keeping things civil, the respect has been fairly impressive. Although the rumors are swirling and Kelli apparently moved out months ago with daughter Vivienne.

During a recent interview with Howard Stern, Rosie O’Donnell opened up just a little about the status of their marriage:

“come to a point where we are seeing [if] what will make everyone happiest is maybe to not live together, but continue to parent.”

Hopefully, Rosie and Kelli can keep it up and find a mutually beneficial way to raise their 4 kids.

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Josh Loposer is a professional writer based in Austin, TX and has previously contributed to the Entertainment and Celebrity channels on Babble.

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0 thoughts on “Rosie O'Donnell Is A "Monster" To Live With, Says Insider

  1. Lia says:

    I always find it odd when one parent takes one child and not the others. I realize there are biological, and possible legal, differences between the relationships, but it still smacks of favouratism. Only under dire circumstances should siblings be separated, in my opinion.

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