There's a fine line between being obsessed with someone, and being obsessed with screwing someone over. I'm not sure which side Kelsey Grammer comes down on, but one thing's for sure -- this guy will not stay out of ex wife Camille Grammer's grill. He is all up in there, constantly. Whether he's talking about their former sex life, feigning public insult when her picture's shown, or having his current wife dress as Camille for Halloween, Camille's name is always in Kelsey's mouth. And now, Kelsey's moving into Camille's house. Well, kind of. Here's the twisted deal that made Camille rush to court on Wednesday.
Kelsey and Camille shared a 10,657 square foot mansion in the Hollywood Hills. I think it's the same one we saw on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but I'm not 100 percent certain. These people have more houses than I have shoes -- it's hard to keep up. Anyway, it looks like after the divorce, they both moved out of the house and put the home on the market for $16 million.
Now, it would seem, Kelsey wants back in. According to TMZ, Kelsey tried to move into the house with his new family, but Camille was having none of it. As soon as she heard what was going on, Camille went to see a judge to get an emergency order preventing Kelsey from moving back in. The judge didn't grant her wish exactly, but set a hearing date for next month.
Camille's point is that with Kelsey living there, it'll be harder to sell the house, and the longer it takes to sell, the longer she'll have to wait for her half of the sale price, or roughly $8 million.
You could see why she'd want Kelsey out of there.
I really don't know what Kelsey's deal is. It's like he won't stay out of Camille's hair. Just let her be already, you know? I can understand not wanting to pay rent or buy a new place when one of your empty houses is just sitting there, but I can't understand the need to keep your ex on the tip of your tongue, or at arm's reach.
Seems a wee bit odd slash sad slash extremely desperate to me.
What do you think?
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