Courtney Stodden couldn’t spend nights w/ Doug on set due to child labor laws

Here’s a story about everyone’s favorite statutory rapist and his child bride that brings home the situation quite succinctly. While filming “Couples Therapy” together, Doug Hutchison, 52, and his wife Courtney Stodden, now 18, weren’t allowed to spend the night together because Courtney was only 17 at the time and child labor laws forbade it. You know, marriage laws in every state really need to catch up with the laws protecting children in the workplace. This situation could have been avoided if Courtney’s parents weren’t allowed to sign their daughter away to a man who was essentially their peer when she was only 16 years old. You have to be 21 to drink in this country, you would think that you would need to be at least 18 to get married. Hey maybe something positive will come out of this unholy union. Here’s more, thanks to Radar:

On the latest episode of Couples Therapy the Teen Bride and her 51-year-old husband are actually not spending the night together, unlike the rest of the couples!

Because Courtney was only 17 when the reality show filmed, she wasn’t allowed to spend the night at the home after a long day of filming due to child labor laws, so she left Doug alone in the house, which was the first time since their 2011 marriage that they spent the night apart.

Courtney and Doug had their first meeting with the counselor who asked the couple how they met and began their relationship.

The Teen Bride explained that they met through a mutual friend and their relationship blossomed from there.

“Our exchange at some point in time evolved into more personal questions and slowly, but surely we fell in love with one another,” Doug explained.

Dr. Jenn asks why, since Courtney was legally a child, they didn’t wait until she was 21 to get together.

“I wasn’t thinking responsibly,” Doug said. “To be fair, I truly wasn’t thinking responsibly. I was thinking with my heart.”

Dr. Jenn asked why they didn’t just date and if they got married just because they wanted to have sex.

“I won’t lie to you it wasn’t the farthest thing from my mind because she is this beautiful sexy woman, but it wasn’t the prevalent thing on my mind,” Doug confessed.

“It wasn’t primary motivation, I found true love.”

Courtney agreed with her husband. “I didn’t want to wait either, I pushed it because I wanted to be with you.

“Someone that looks like me physically… I had so many men, write me, follow me home, I knew that I wanted to wait ‘til I found that one person that I felt safe with.”

Dr. Jenn then questioned Courtney’s hyper-sexual way of dressing, and asked her if she had ever been sexually abused.

“No I have not been sexually molested, touched in any way. I just feel more comfortable that way,” she asserted.

Courtney said she likes wearing skimpy clothing, telling Dr. Jenn: “I have a good body I’m enjoying my youth now.”

[From Radar Online]

We’ve heard all this crap from Courtney and Doug before about how it’s “true love” and evolved over time while they were sending each other e-mails. How inane and oversexed do you think their online conversations were? This is the girl who tweets things like “Not wearing panties today! Who else is celebrating #NoPantyDay ?” and posts photos like the ones below. (With her new face on display. I haven’t seen her tweet any photos of Doug.) Any self respecting guy over 16 would have run for the hills when this came at them, but not Doug. It was “love” for Doug and he thought with his “heart.” He’s such a creepy predatory bastard.

Listen to how Doug explains how he fell in love with Courtney in this scene from Couple’s Therapy. He’s so gross. She is too, but she’s 17 years old here. Check out her facial expressions at around 2:00 in. Then Doug feels her knee and I actually went “Ugh!” out loud. I’m glad she wasn’t sexually abused, according to her, but something happened to her in order to have her turn out like this. I blame her parents.

These are Courtney’s new boots, I think, she tweeted a picture of these. Horrible.

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  1. Cherry says:

    Eeew, are those new photos of her version 2.0 face?? So much for ‘she just looks different because she is using less make-up now.’

    • gg says:

      Nah, just different makeup. Anything is better than that terrible white frosted crap she and Snookie insist on wearing all the time.

  2. mk says:

    I’m going to point to Mamas that want their children to make money for them.

  3. Charlotte says:

    When I thought this was all an obvious joke (because, seriously, she used to look at least 20 years older) I found it an amusing sign of the times of what people will do to exploit themselves for tabloid fame. Almost like Franco Art. I wish I could have those (relatively) innocent days back. This entire thing is beyond sick.

  4. serena says:

    Oh good improvement, now doesn’t looks like a 50years old hooker anymore. Just an almost 30yo.

    Btw I wonder if it’s Doug who snaps all of her picture…*shiver*

    • Joy says:

      I was just thinking wow she went from like a 50 year old rode hard Vegas stripper to like a 25 year old rode hard Vegas stripper! I’m glad I’m not the only one. I don’t know what she had done but she’s looking better. She should stop now though before she’s Heidi Montag.

  5. honeychurch says:

    I am still trying to figure out what she had done to her face. Surely it’s not all makeup (although moving away from that pale lipstick sure did help)?

    • bondbabe says:

      Veneers and lips (either with injections or implants). Check out the photo with the blue top/squished boobs—her bottom lip is uneven.

  6. lizzi says:

    Her face and hair scare the sh*t out of me.

  7. fabgrrl says:

    “I had so many men, write me, follow me home.”

    Wha-huh? Strange men were writing to her and following her home? At 16 and under? And where were her parents? You know, the people who should have been watching our for her and protecting her from creepers? Oh that’s right, they were encouraging that type of thing.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      So many red flags from that comment, right?
      Wrong on SO many levels.

      This poor girl needs to learn that trashiness does not equal sexiness.
      Suggestion and subtlety is sexier than stripper heels and lingerie, little girl.

    • Tiffany says:

      I hated her comment on this. Many young women get unwanted male attention at a young age…but you also have to take responsibility. If you don’t walk around dressed like a stripper, there is WAY less unwanted attention. If you walk around with your chest and butt hanging out, men think that it is an invitation. At the end of the day, men are always responsible for their actions, but at the same time you can’t blame a guy for staring at your cleavage when you are showing 3/4 of your breasts. No one had to teach me this as a teen, I learned it through my own experience.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Well, it’s tricky because ideally, a woman would be able to wear whatever she wants, whenever she wants and not get harassed/leered at BUT the reality is that *certain* men DO see that as an invitation to make comments. Ultimately it is the man’s fault for being an idiot and thinking that because a woman dresses a certain way, that she wants some stranger-creep to notice her and comment on her appearance.

        But that doesn’t change the fact that it’s naive to pretend that it’s not the reality.

        For instance, when I was in my 20s, I would go out clubbing (ugh, clubbing) or to bars etc and would wear short skirts, low-cut tops etc etc. On my way to the club I would take the train and get harassed. ALWAYS.
        I knew it was gonna happen but it still pissed me off. So yeah, to feign ignorance about that is ridiculous-you have to just realize that it’s a reality-there are a lot of a-hole men out there who don’t respect women so plan accordingly.

      • Ange says:

        Ah, the old ‘don’t get raped’ to the ladies rather than the ‘don’t rape’ to the men. That attitude is destructive no matter how you phrase it.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        Plus, at that age, my parents would have tied me to a chair, rather than let me out wearing next to nothing…its called parenting…

      • gg says:

        She only dresses that way to invite attention. She takes it to the very extreme to invite attention. We’re not talking about a short skirt or a little cleavage; her coverage is roughly that of underwear, out in public. On the marriage rehab show, she wears her full midriff exposed, along with skimpy covering of the erogenous zones. Men being the way they are about looking at a mostly bare uber skinny, pushed up boobs to the max little girl with f-me makeup and heels on, this is incredibly unwise and brings about a predictable result. She knows exactly what she’s doing and is just playing dumb(er) at this point. Nobody’s buying what they’re selling and their only marital problems are his family disowning him and the world frowning on their not waiting until she was an adult in the eyes of the law. I feel like they might get kicked off the show for her being so intentionally provacative and flirting heavily with the other husbands. She is really messed up.

      • ZenB!tch says:

        I’m late to this party – I got unwanted attention since I was 12. And no I did not dress like that. And yes it was UNWANTED and it was traumatic.

        She makes it sound like she was proud of it. I felt dirty. 30 years later I still cringe at UNWANTED attention.

  8. Jackie O says:

    i think the point made about hyper sexuality and link to childhood sexual abuse is an important one. im sure it is probably part of her past, unfortunately.

    this guy is so gay.

    • lizzi says:

      I agree. When someone this young acts so overtly sexual, its clear that this is all they know HOW to be. so sad.

      • Suzy (from Ontario, Canada) says:

        I agree. She sees being sexually attractive as her only real value. That didn’t come out of nowhere. It really makes me feel disgusted with her parents, especially her mother who seems completely happy with what her daughter is doing.

        I actually feel sorry for her. I wonder how she’s feel in 20 years looking back on all of this? Of course maybe by then she’ll be rich and will have bought into the belief her mother is selling her…that it’s all worth it for the money.

    • Meg13 says:

      That’s all I could think of, too. It’s like she’s a little girl pretending to be a “grown-up, sexy” woman. I was a teen flirting and enjoying my youth, but never to the point where I put myself in risky situations. Something’s up with her.

    • little-red says:

      yeah, her reply to the question was delayed and not very convincing

    • Dani says:

      Not necessarily true. I’ve had friends who came from the best homes, amazing parents, even cousins actually that were brought up so well, yet turned out ‘overtly sexy’ or whatever when they hit 16, 17 etc. just for the hell of it. I think it’s more of a personal issue that deals heavily with self esteem and self worth issues.

      • teehee says:

        I would agree. She is easily just a product of our massively, insanely over sexualized culture. Just turn to VH1 or MTV for a moment, and you’ll see. How are more children NOT turning into litte Stoddens left and right with all that horse s**t for television (and magazines, songs, etc)? It’s all screaming: “Women, youre only as good as long as you go above and beyond the extra mile, to do anything and everything to tickle all the fantasies of men. Oh but if you do, you’re a piece of trash so you might as well embody it and be proud -or- hang your head and shame and never let anyone know about it. Btw, dont expect any favors in return from a man. Its just his right to use you and its just your role to be used…” etc

        And I’ll beat everyne to it: yes I am a bitter old prune.
        But I dont think many can argue against me when I say that the modern culture is just terrible for children/youth -especially females
        I mean how many BOYS do we see acting the fool like this and selling themselves out? Pity, pity pity.

      • LL2 says:

        @ Dani

        I’m not so sure about that. The fact is many people are sexually abused and never, ever talk about it because are in denial about the abuse, feel a sense of guilt or shame about the abuse, or think no one will believe or support them. Even people from “good families” can be a abused, it might not be the parents, but a teacher, clergy person, scout troop leader, etc. Unless they tell you, you would never know. So its important not to automatically rule out sexual abuse without doing some investigation into the possibility.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @dani, I came from a great home too but was molested when I was 7 and 8 years old. It was a secret I felt too ashamed to reveal until I was 28 (and had a child of my own). I had both an eating disorder and a hyper sexual streak in early-to-mid teens. I didn’t sleep around (because I felt that would give the power to men, who I viewed as predators). Instead, I “advertised” the goods and took great pleasure in exerting control over men. This behavior stemmed from my being molested and I think Courtney’s behavior does too. Perhaps some of your friends were abused too. Being from a good home doesn’t preclude someone from being molested and someone who denies being molested isn’t always telling the truth. Sometimes the behavior is more telling than the words.

      • Hakura says:

        I’ll admit, I was a young teenager during Britney Spears & Christina Aguilera’s hey-day. Boatloads of cleavage & crop tops, skintight pants & corsets, belly-button piercing, the whole deal… & as a teenage girl, wanted to emulate it. (not that I was allowed to by my parents, but I still did it anyway).

        But I definitely wasn’t anywhere *near* the level of ‘sexual’ Courtney is/has always been. It truly comes across as the sort of behavior you see in cases of abuse.

      • teehee says:

        @ Morticians thats an excellent point you have there- come to think of it I thought and behaved exactly the same way. I also viewed men as digusting users and predators, and I still do actually, but I got my feet wet by selling myself— ie, I had the power and I was the one in charge of the situation- even though I was still being used– it was emotionaly safe and detached etc. I was also 25 by then, and only did it out of financial dire, and were it not for that would probably still have waited until I was 28 or 29 (about the time I found a decent guy to be with).
        Hmmmm…. I was never sexually abused, though– just everything else (mntal, physical, verbal, spiritual, social, you name it). So interesting…… 😛

    • Raven says:

      That’s not always the case. I think she may have done it to be rebellious initially and now does it for attention, because she has nothing else that will get her the same attention. She appears to have no talents and no intention of getting any skills. Her parents may have given up (and I have read nothing about them), thinking she’d be better with this guy, who appears to have some financial security. Parents let young children get away with things routinely and then discover they’ve completely lost control of their teens.

  9. MarenGermany says:

    this guy has been abandoned by his family, friends and manager since he married her. as soon as she leaves him (will happen soon) he will be all alone and no one will touch him with a pole, love- friend- or careerwise.
    So I guess this creepy predator will get what he deserves real soon.
    Absolute loneliness.
    Kind of comforting.

  10. Belle Epoch says:

    We should have laws against plastic surgery and giant boob jobs until the kid is 18! Parental permission is not enough of a deterrent.

    Anybody out there have a teenager? You know how mature they are at thinking through decisions and consequences. NOT.

    • WickedSteppMom says:

      You’re forgetting that her giant boobs are “rill”. 😉

    • teehee says:

      I think 18 is still too young. Because youre still not sure of who you are, and also are not in touch enough with reality. You still live in a bubble and you think that everything has to/ought to be a certain way– but that isnt real life. WHen a girl gets older she realizes that her friends have small boobs too, or are overweight, or have stretch marks– etc we ALL have imperfections. When you are older than 18 you can finally be strong enough to have self-esteem and confidence DESPITE your physical flukes.
      If you start so young it may also make it moer difficult to ever accept an aging body or any other imperfections either. I’d say let it sit till at least 21, IMO– although I know no one would ever agree. But psychologically speaking, by then you are a LOT stronger and more self-aware and more involved in other things (higher ed, work) and you realize that its not the end of the world if you have a B cup instead of a C.

      • Hakura says:

        I realize it’s a *slightly* different thing, but this was the reason I waited a few years beyond 18 before getting a tattoo. I wanted it to be something that I’d never regret, with some meaning, not something generic or without consideration.

        I agree that by 21, you are much more emotionally mature (at least most of us are) than we were at 18. Not unlike getting a tattoo removed, having to look back on such huge mistakes as plastic surgery/marrying a predatory creep at *16*… Is going to be incredibly painful.

      • OzJade says:

        @Teehee I was 19 when I got married (I was pregnant with my son). I’m still with my husband 17 years later…My husband is 5 years older than me, I was 15 and he was 20 when we started dating. To this day my parents have nothing to do with us because they label him a pedophile due to my age. Funny thing is that my husband makes me feel safe and loved – my parents made me feel worthless and the physical & emotional abuse I copped from them for years, was horrendous (self-assessment – I was looking for a father figure). Now I am 37 and he is 43, the age gap is considered nothing at all and if anything, normal. We are stable and in better shape than ‘older’ people who get married. I think it comes down to the person and their own maturity levels.

      • Hakura says:

        @OzJade – That’s so awesome that you guys are still together. You were very lucky to land one of the ‘good ones’. =) Congratulations! Though I am sorry to hear what you went through with your parents. I have a close friend who’s situation mirrored yours a lot. Abusive mother, started dating (& moved in with) a guy who was 23 when she was 17. That was 9 years ago, & they’re still together (with a gorgeous little girl) to this day. She needed the same things (to feel safe & loved) after all she’d been through with her mother.

        It’s true that individual maturity level is different for everyone. But even before we got to know Courtney (& how juvenile she’s always been), the age difference between she & this guy is just -huge-. Too huge to be looking for the same things in life or share what experience teaches us over time.

        Although only 2 yrs apart, my parents started dating at 16/18, & were married 6 yrs (before my father passed in a car accident). So I’m not saying that being a teenager means you can’t find ‘the one’, either.

      • teehee says:

        Well in this case I was talking about plastic surgery not a relatiosnhip or age gap.

  11. NerdMomma says:

    She’s still making those crazy faces, isn’t she.

    So a 16 yo’s mom said, “I’ve never seen her so in love.” Really? She hadn’t been that much in love yet? Maybe because she’s 16?

    Kudos to Doug’s mother and manager for dropping his ass.

  12. Erinn says:

    Well… technically wouldn’t it have been abuse if she had sex with him when she got married because of the age gap/ her extremely young age? Regardless or marital status, isn’t that abuse?

    • Pamela says:

      Her parents signed off on the marriage which made it somehow technically “legal”. But in any other case a 16 year old and 50 year old having sex would be abuse. So whether this was legal or not—it would still have it’s bad effects on her.

      • Bluedog says:

        I’d be really surprised if they were actually having sex, though. I think he’s gay and they’re together for fame.

  13. dcypher1 says:

    stripper clothing and shoes shouldnt be worn
    As everyday normal clothes save it for the
    Bedroom and the pole please.

  14. MsMileHigh says:

    Dear Gawd, those are the world’s worst hair extensions. Do they come with split ends now for realism?

    I wonder what her body will look like in a few years. She looks ‘skinny-fat’ to me.

    I can’t tell if she got her teeth fixed or not but she did get them whitened.

    • Alexandra Bananarama says:

      Skinny fat can often be a smaller symptom of mental issues. Not full blown ED, but enough to put your body in an unhealthy state.

      Something (pre doug) really traumatizing happened to this girl and now she’s losing her youth to a terrible bastard to say the least.

      In some of her early pics 13/14 she was really pretty! It’s a shame how she is now:( I do think the parents are scum.

      • jaye says:

        Yep. There are picture of her when she was younger where she was fresh faced and very pretty. I just don’t see how any parent in their right mind would entertain the notion of their 15 or 16 year old dressing the way she does, corresponding with a man old enough to be her dad and then marrying said man. I tend to agree with the theory that she’s been sexually abused but that will only come out if this situation ends tragically.

      • MsMileHigh says:

        How sad is it that instead of taking her to the dentist and orthodontist to get her braces for her snaggle teeth, her parents married her off to the first perv to come calling?

  15. mugsy says:

    “I’m raising my wife” translates to predator ‘grooming’ his prey !

  16. Canda says:

    As much as I hate this whole situation, I’m not sure I’m comfortable with the whole thing being called “abuse”. Disgusting, yes. Morally wrong, yes. Predatory and taking advantage of an idiotic bimbo child, sure. But to me, abuse should be reserved for cases when one person is clearly doing something to another person who does not welcome the behaviour. Courtney, however misguided she is and however terrible her parents are, is playing ball here. She loves the attention. It’s reprehensible that adults are whoring out a child for cash, absolutely, but to put this on the same level of rape and abuse is a bit much.

    • Pamela says:

      ” but to put this on the same level of rape and abuse is a bit much”

      I can see your point to an extent. But I also think that in general terms–there has to be a line drawn. If a kid is abused, it can cause them to become hyper-sexual and act out in a very sexual manner. That is sometimes the result (which is why so many think CS was probably abused prior to this marriage) So anyway–back to that hypothetical kid. If said kid comes on to a 45 year old man a few years later—and the man has sex with her–he is still abusing a 14 year old…even if for all intents and purposes she is “into it”. I do see what you mean about CS liking the attention she is getting. But it is all part of a cycle. We can’t allow pedophiles to get away with crimes by saying that a cictim “liked it.”

    • Erinn says:

      But the thing is, I don’t think she had the ‘legal ability’ to consent to this. Whether she welcomed it or not, she was a child, and he was an adult taking advantage of a situation.

    • jaye says:

      “Predatory and taking advantage of an idiotic bimbo child”.

      The key words in that sentence are “predatory” “taking advantage” and “child”. It is abuse…even if the victim is too ignorant (or impaired) to know they are being abused.

    • girlygirl says:

      There are laws for a reason. I may not agree with all of the laws of the land, but to make my point and as a law abiding citizen, I will use some examples. You can’t drink until you are 21, you can’t join the military until you are 18 and the legal voting age is 18. Our government believes that you are responsible at a certain age and gives you these rights. Until then, you are the responsibility of your parents. Keep in mind, I am directing my comments towards this particular situation, this girls parents sold her to an older man for money and fame. In third world countries they call this sex trade, or the like. This situation is sick and her parents should be ashamed of themselves.

  17. Quinn says:

    She tries sooooo hard to be sexy, that she’s anything but. Watching young girls try to be sexy is just painful…they are too young to understand that true sexiness comes from within- self confidence and life experience- not stripper shoes and open mouth breathing. She’s a punchline, but too young and dumb to realize it. If men follow her home, it’s because they know she’s damaged good- and skeezy guys think damaged goods equal an easy lay.

  18. ladybert62 says:

    That hair (wig?) – those fish like lips – that trampie lipstick and those clothes – and she likes dressing and looking like this … hard to believe that at 16 she was so hyper-sexualized – I also wonder if she was molested by someone when she was a child.

  19. Belle Epoch says:

    Abuse is when there is an imbalance of power. She was not old enough (or smart enough) to understand. A 50 year old can’t accuse a child of “asking for it” and then have sex with her as if she was an equal. Basically her mother negated the laws put in place to protect her child from abuse.

    • Pamela says:

      Stated so much better than my rambling attempt above. This exactly!

    • MsMileHigh says:

      OMG! Exactly! I am so happy that my parents were there to protect me from some of my dumb youthful whims.

      Her parents colluded with Doug to use and abuse her. This story will have a sad ending, I’m afraid.

  20. Sara says:

    She must get her inspiration from Playboy and hookers cause that is what she looks like. This guy Doug is really something.

  21. Green is Good says:


  22. Hautie says:

    Here is my bias opinion on this creepy marriage.

    I am not convinced that Courtney has ever had sex with this guy. Seriously.

    I tend to believe this was all a set up from the beginning. I still suspect her Mother was behind this whole dumb set up.

    With some dumb belief that it would give Courtney her boost into the mainstream entertainment business.

    Since the girl is even less talented that Paris Hilton. (and really how is that even possible?!?!)

    But I am not believing one moment that Doug us hitting on that.

    Who wants to bet that Courtney has a separate bedroom, filled with her Hello Kitty crap. That she sleeps in every night. With the door bolted closed.

    I just do not believe for one moment, that there has been any shagging going on, with these two idiots.

  23. nikzilla37 says:

    She’ll be in Playboy soon.

    • deehunny says:

      you meant Penthouse or Hustler, right? Playboy has rules where you cannot see the inner labia, etc. The other publications are a lot more graphic.

      My husband said the last time he opened a Hustler he saw a woman peeing on a guy wearing a ball gag or something, and that was the last time he opened THAT mag again.

  24. Madpoe says:

    What a difference a change of makeup did to her face. No more beigey frosty vanilla whatever the hell that was on her face before

  25. Nilber says:

    This girl has some severe Daddy issues. He is just a creep. The kind of creep you don’t want to be alone with on the elevator. I think they are both parasitic. They both have “fame” as sick as it sounds and they both love it. It is a sick situation.

    • Zoid says:

      Can we not call this daddy issues? It’s pretty obvious it’s the mom who is causing all the problems in this case :/
      I honestly don’t know if I feel bad for her or am disgusted by her. Does she have any legitimate fans?

  26. littlemissnaughty says:

    Let’s hope she doesn’t have trauma in her past. I agree that her parents (mother? does she have a father? I don’t even know) must’ve done their share to turn the girl into this oversexed lunatic but you know what? She is just as much a product of the crazy media, the success of reality TV, and the general notion that a sexed-up image, crazy behavior, and a scandal (involving sex) will get you fame. The girl is 18 so she grew up with it. Well, the message obviously hit home and there was no parent to do damage control. Good gawd.

    • Christian says:

      Sadly, you are exactly right, re: reality TV fame. It really is a sad time to live in when people equate humiliating and exposing themselves (literally and figuratively) on national television with success. But when you look at how many people watch a 30+ year old hooker (KK) on E! and how much money they rake in, what are you supposed to say? It IS a reality. Ideally you’re smart enough or your parents have enough sense to explain to you that this is not success or something you would want to achieve in life. Clearly this girl’s mother did the opposite.

  27. Lem says:

    She couldn’t stay because she was too young to ‘work’ that many hours, nothing to do with her husband, so that really isn’t the issue here.
    MTV or whomever could have reduced her camera hours so that she could spend the night; they choose to exploit her instead.
    Interesting they consider over night to be working hours.?!
    Cameras in the couple’s bedrooms could/ would lead them to culpability involving a minor, possibly. Assuming creepy dude and the lizard queen touch. Between exploiting her during the day and obviously avoiding any charges in what could possibly hold up as child pornography… Seems the producers have their hands dirty either way.

  28. Eleonor says:

    Her parents should be arrested: a 16 years old girl has the right to dream about the cool schoolmate, or the famous singer, not to hang around with a 50 years old predator!

  29. Nicolette says:

    My ass she’s 18. That’s the biggest load of bulls**t going. Why would a “teenager” get plastic surgery to look younger? She looked middle aged before, and now she just looks middle aged post-surgery. And her husband is just a skin crawling creep. Perfectly cast for his role in “The Green Mile” as a douche bag. Not much acting was required there was it?

  30. GiGi says:

    I have been watching this mess (I know, I know) and I found it really interesting that their biggest low point was a fight over how she dresses. It seems “Daddy” has an issue with it…

  31. Cathy says:

    She looks like shit. You almost have to feel sorry for her.

  32. jaye says:

    Every time is see pictures of her I see Chris Crocker. They do that same thing with their mouths that I’m assuming is supposed to sexy.

    • Ruyana says:

      Yeah, that “writhing lips” thing is gross. Anderson Cooper did a parody of it that cracked me up. She apparently thinks that lips that look like they have a life completely independent of your face is “sexy”. Um, no.

  33. Zorbitor says:

    Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be playmates!

  34. Sookie says:

    There is no way I believe this girl is only 18!!! This has to be some type of elaborate hoax.

  35. maggiegrace says:

    It is a hoax, and I don’t think the poster is too far off who said that they probably aren’t sleeping together. It’s a big ruse for publicity and $$.

  36. Zigggy says:

    This is so gross in so many ways.

  37. muffintop says:

    This whole situation is so disturbing. Since the last Courtney post here, I can’t get out of my head that commenter who said she’s basically rented out to foreign execs since Doug can’t make her “happen.”

    Someone please explain to me, how any of this is legal and this asshole isn’t in jail ?

    • deehunny says:

      that can’t be true! I mean Doug has his own character actor money, and they are doing a reality TV show, so I don’t think this is a Lohan situation.

      Plus, I don’t know if Doug would be willing to share his child bridge/possession/prize.

  38. j.eyre says:

    I need to excuse myself to bleach my eyes.

  39. Memphis says:

    She’s damaged. He’s a predator. This will likely end with her p0rned out, addicted and sold to the highest bidder while Doug moves onto his next young, emotionally infantile girl.

    • Madriani's Girl says:

      I really hope you’re wrong but I suspect you’re dead right. This girl never had a chance to have normal latter teen years. For the life of me, I don’t understand why her parents let her marry this freak. I don’t even get why they let her be in contact with him via the internet when they found out how old he was.

  40. TheOriginalKitten says:

    In every photo it looks like she’s trapped in some crack den.

    So creepy..I feel like I’m looking at some serial killer’s “memento photos”.

  41. Hautie says:

    I keep forgetting about this… but it is a wonderful likeness of the child bride.

  42. not17 says:

    I’m sorry but she looks like she’s 32!!! I do not believe for one minute that she’s 17.

  43. LeslieM says:

    I read here that he was an actor. Is she an actress or something or is she just famous for being married to him at such a young age.

  44. Twez says:

    Even though it’s practically a Hollywood standard now, I’m still shocked by the anorexic with big boobs look. I mean, her arms make me want to eat ice cream and cry.

  45. MollyB says:

    She’s really starting to look like a younger, thinner Anna Nicole Smith in these pictures.

  46. judyjudy says:

    Dear Courtney,

    Conditioner is your friend.



  47. Bonfire Beach says:

    I didn’t even know those poses existed when I was 16/17!

  48. Mimi1 says:

    She’ll be dumped once she’s 20.

  49. Madriani's Girl says:

    She doesn’t smile so much as grimace. I’m sorry but the fact that she “slips” and call’s him dad? That’s revolting. If she’s doing that it’s because there’s something ugly in her childhood. And he’s just a creepy, icky pedophile who gets his hee haws from sleeping with a girl who is both his wife and daughter.

  50. Rachel says:

    Her mom said she’d never seen her daughter so in love before!? Maybe that’s cause she was 16! Jeeze. She barely started puberty. I think that statement is more powerful when someone is in their late 20s – you know, after they’ve actually been in some serious relationships.

  51. HappyJoyJoy says:

    Why a pair of parents who were willing to enable their kid to do oversexed things even before she met her husband, including breast surgery. ( Remember this?) she NEVER stood a chance. I bet you no one’s ever told her she’s smart, or that she can grow to be a poised self controlled adult woman, I bet you they never asked her if she wanted to attend college, or what she would have like to be when she grew up. Instead they started grooming her into a caricature of what “sexy” should be and probably using quotes like “sex sells, honey!” they signed her off to a man who is clearly continuing the cycle of dysfunction. They’re all enablers who are dooming this poor girl for an adult life of self loathing and no self respect. The internet is a mother@#$%, she is going to be so embarrassed when she looks back at all these things. I feel bad for her.

  52. d b says:

    Goodness the hatred directed toward these two is troubling. I get that it’s just the net, but still. I’m amazed this happening, but I feel the need to defend these two a bit, the sheer viciousness directed toward them is just ridiculous.

    Leaving aside their famewhore motives, the marriage is legal, underage (i.e., under 18, some instances under 16) marriage is legal in the majority of U.S. states (18 and in some cases younger in Europe).

    So PLEASE STOP CALLING IT RAPE. It is not. It is not even statutory rape. He not a child molester.

    It’s as wrongheaded to label this guy a rapist as it is to insist that women can magically reject sperm for “forcible” rape — two ends on the same spectrum of ignorance.

    Flame away, but research marriage U.S. laws

    • deehunny says:

      Dear d b,

      I believe the majority of people here commenting understand that it is not “legally rape.” However, even Doug has stated that if they were never married, he could have been prosecuted for soliciting a minor/statutory rape.

      In fact, many readers have said that the marriage age should be moved up to 18, which further shows their knowledge of individual state laws

  53. chalkdustgirl says:

    It took me everything I had to keep my lunch down after watching that knee touch.

  54. Tania says:

    Hmm…it’s so sad. She’s so young and already messing with her face. She lightened her hair, stopped tanning, put on blue contacts, plumped up her lips, shaved her nose down a bit, enlarged her breasts, lost more weight and got veneers. Did I miss anything?

  55. RdyfrmycloseupmrDvlle says:

    Maybe she was molested. maybe she wasnt. Growing up I had a couple of girlfriends who grew up in perfectly nice families, had everything they ever wanted and they were hypersexual at a very young age, dressed inappropriately, hunted for older boyfriends and sex non stop, got in ots and lots of trouble and generally drove their families nuts. Turns out they were bi polar. maybe this girl is from a nice family but has always been a “hand full” and the mother was just relieved to have someone else take over her care?? Some people are just born this way. If you ask me she seems really weird and “off”. I hate to think of how she will be as a mother. can we sterilize her now?

  56. India says:

    What’s up with her weird mouth action? Freak!!!!!