CHECK OUT THE WORST FATHERS IN HISTORY [LIST]

The state of Tennessee has three deadbeat dads with ABSURD numbers of children.  One has 23 kids with 17 women . . . one has 25 kids with 18 women . . . and one has 30 children with 11 women.  The state can only legally take half of their paychecks . . . so if they don’t make much money, it doesn’t go far.  Happy Father’s Day!

I need every woman within the sound of my voice to please, PLEASE STOP HAVING SEX WITH THESE MEN.  Just in time for Father’s Day, Tennessee is turning its attention to its three most absurd deadbeat dads.  They are . . .

Terry T. Turnage of Memphis, who has 23 CHILDREN with 17 WOMEN.  He pays some of those women a whopping $9 a month in child support.

Richard Colbert of Memphis, who has 25 CHILDREN with 18 WOMEN.  He doesn’t pay any child support . . . and another man with his name says he gets calls all the time from women and children asking for money.

And finally, Desmond Hatchett of Knoxville has 30 CHILDREN with 11 WOMEN.  He’s currently in jail for aggravated assault, and asked to have his support payments reduced.  He currently pays $1.50 per child.

The state of Tennessee is trying to crack down on these guys, but it’s difficult.  The law only allows them to take HALF of their pay . . . so if they don’t make that much money, when you split it 23 to 30 ways, the amounts get really low.

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