16 Celebrity Moms Who Might Be A Hot Mess

March 12, 2015  |  
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When we think of nurturing, stable, selfless, sane women…we do NOT think of these ladies. Here are 16 of the most controversial celebrity moms around.




Kris Jenner

Where do we even begin…she agreed to have her under-aged teenage girls’ lives documented on television, is clearly more concerned with the spotlight than what’s good for her kids, was verbally abusive to her husband…need we go on?

Kim Kardashian

Let’s not forget that Kris Jenner is a grandmother now to Kim’s first child! Kim is willingly raising a child with Kanye West who appears to be all into fatherhood, but Kim’s habit of treating Nori like an accessory that she often leaves behind (or crops out of pics) is not a good look.


Angie Stone

There’s disciplining your child and then there’s hitting them in the mouth with a metal object and knocking their teeth out. So much for Angie Stone being the classy one on “R&B Divas.”


Oh Miss Nicole Polizzi: don’t think that just because you’re all buttoned-down now that we’ve forgotten you were arrested for being drunk in public.




Britney Spears

Spears’ son Preston has been seen facing the wrong way in his car seat, seated on his mom’s lap while she’s driving, and was almost face down on the ground when the star almost dropped him as a baby. Spears lost custody of her sons to Kevin Federline.

Farrah Abraham

Well for starters she is known as the “Teen Mom.” She also made a sex tape with porn star James Deen. Oh yeah, and she brought her 3-year-old daughter to the table when it was time to make a deal on what that raunchy tape would sell for.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Don’t you think kids with little chubby cheeks are so cute? Well, Gwyneth doesn’t. She doesn’t allow her kids to have gluten or carbs. Meanwhile, she sells children’s bikinis on her website.

Kate Gosselin

Gosselin was already noticeably neglectful of her children when she was on the show “Jon & Kate Plus 8” but when she got off the show, things got worse: she poured a ton of her reality money into her physical appearance. How about saving some for college tuition?

Giuliana Rancic

Rancic’s very frail figure has not eluded people’s attention, causing many to wonder if her inability to conceive was due to an eating disorder. Once she and her husband finally did welcome a child through a surrogate, they said that they put their marriage before their child.


Alicia Silverstone

Silverstone hasn’t been the most popular of moms after she posted a video of herself chewing up food and then putting it directly into her baby’s mouth.

Crystal Workman

The mother of “Modern Family” actress Ariel Winter had to say goodbye to her star daughter. Winter emancipated herself from her mother, saying she was abusive, and moved in with her sister.


Mayim Bialik

Bialik, an advocate for “attachment parenting” told Anderson Cooper that she plans on having her kids sleep with her until they are around 5 to 7 years old. And she breastfed her son until he was 4.


Courtney Love

The ex-rocker actually lost her child: her daughter Frances Bean Cobain filed for a restraining order against her, and even reported that her mom caused their pets to die, and was taking drugs.


Also known as Nadya Suleman, Octomom was highly criticized for giving birth to octuplets, when she already had six children, was unemployed and living on public assistance. She also had to file for bankruptcy, after spending enormous amounts of money on her physical appearance.


Michelle Duggar

Michelle Duggar, star of “19 Kids & Counting” has 19 children. She doesn’t believe in birth control and thinks God should determine how many children she has.

Dina Lohan

Another mom who consented to putting her daughter in front of reality cameras, Dina made Lindsay so…need we say more?

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