Skip to comments.Gordon Ramsay to Be Sued by Mother-in-Law
Posted on 05/15/2011 11:36:52 AM PDT by EveningStar
Gordon Ramsay's kitchen nightmares continue, as the U.K.'s Daily Mail reports that his mother-in-law, Greta Hutcheson, is planning to sue him.
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From November, 2010: Gordon Ramsay Exposes Family Drama In Open Letter
The Christmas get-togethers must be a riot.
Reminds me of the classic in-law joke:
What is the difference between an in-law and an outlaw?
A. Outlaws are wanted.
I read Gordon Ramsey’s autobiography.
Whatever you think of his abusive personality, this man has been to hell and back.
He is entirely self-made and whatever fortunes he has made were a result of working like a madman, which explains his vast media and restaurant empire.
I have a lot of respect for Gordon Ramsey and he is entitled to keep his own money and manage it anyway he sees fit, despite the fact he may not be the poster boy for family values.
>>>He is entirely self-made and whatever fortunes he has made were a result of working like a madman, which explains his vast media and restaurant empire.
One can be a success without being an insufferable bastard. Just takes more work.
Ramsey tells the story: I went into my son's bedroom (He's 15). There he was in bed, gently stroking the goose sitting on his lap.
"What the hell are you doing?
"Tenderizing her", answered the son.
He contributes to a fund every time he swears.
If you've ever had bad service and bad food, you can really appreciate what he has done for so many people.....and he does it for free!!!
He's high strung and swears...But he always saves them from themselves.
Quyite a delightful man if you ask me.
It’s usually a bad idea to get financially involved with in-laws.
that's true... however, i don't find him to be an insufferable bastard... i like this guy... he's a straight shooter--who is passionate about his, "art."