Rosie O’Donnell’s ex, Michelle Rounds, says Rosie is a habitual drug user. I’d be very careful if I were Rounds, as merely deciding to cohabitate sexually with O’Donnell is a reason for mandatory drug testing.
OK, just being around O’Donnell is a reason for mandatory drug testing.
Regardless, Rounds gets no sympathy from me; because as I say to black Liberals about Obama:
“You chose him!”
Seriously, why doesn’t Rosie have the BALLS to do what Chaz Bono did, and just get the operation?!
According to TMZ:
TMZ reports that Rosie O’Donnell’s estranged wife, Michelle Rounds, is set to demand that O’Donnell submit to random drug and alcohol testing to maintain their joint custody agreement. Rounds alleges that O’Donnell is not fit to have custody of their daughter, Dakota, even part of the time, because she abuses marijuana and alcohol.take our poll - story continues below
TMZ’s theory is that if Rounds’ attorney is able to successfully order O’Donnell to submit to random drug testing, the tests will prove that O’Donnell is at least a habitual marijuana user. If the tests prove that Rounds’ allegations are true, then she and her attorney can ask for an emergency order, giving her sole custody of Dakota.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, O’Donnell’s ex-wife, Michelle Rounds, has likened the process of divorcing O’Donnell to a biblical battle between David and Goliath.
“Divorce is really hard, but imagine going through a divorce with a celebrity, someone who is very, very powerful. Someone who has all the media and the publicists, and all that behind them. I’m just, I’m just a normal person. David vs. Goliath, I don’t know. I don’t understand it.”
Rounds insists that she isn’t afraid of O’Donnell any longer and is fully committed to doing what’s best for Dakota, which in her mind means getting her away from Rosie O’Donnell as soon as possible.
Rounds has spoken very openly about her divorce from Rosie O’Donnell, but it seems she hasn’t enjoyed all of the media attention. According to People Magazine, Rounds is eager to return to New York and resume a “normal life.”
I’m not sure what O’Donnell will do, as it appears that neither men nor women want her.