Sep 012015

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner with 54% of the vote was Kim the college student who spent the $90,000 college fund her grandparents left her, was unable to pay her senior year tuition, and blamed her parents for not teaching her how to budget and not giving her money from their retirement fund.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month there are two entitlement princesses to choose from.  The first was submitted by john03063, and she is Brandi Lee Weaver-Gates, a former Miss Pennsylvania, who told people she was battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia and fraudulently took funds from donations to help her pay for medical bills.

The second was submitted by Twork, and she is Anne Dias-Griffin, a woman who is divorcing her husband who is a hedge fund manager. She is demanding $1 million per month in alimony to pay for expenses such as $2000 in stationary each month. This is on top of the $65 million that she will be getting due to the prenup she signed with her soon to be ex-husband.

Vote for one of the entitlement princesses in the poll below. Remember you are voting for the biggest entitlement princess, not necessarily the most evil woman or the most violent woman or the most insane woman or the biggest whore.

Who is your vote for the August 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month?

  • Anne Dias-Griffin (87%, 65 Votes)
  • Brandi Lee Weaver-Gates (13%, 10 Votes)

Total Voters: 75

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  6 Responses to “August 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month”

  1. You need more candidates and better candidates. The picks are too easy and thus no fun. The first one has as little entitlement in it as Alanis Morisette’s ironic song has irony in it.

    The second is more interesting, because despite getting tens of millions of dollars, the $65m is still a “fair” case as it’s only 1% of the man’s fortune. So that’s more of a case of how absurdly rich some people have become.
    If that percentage was the price for all alimonies, no sane man would still complain about it being too costly.

    But she apparently wants to run a medium-sized company and have her husband pay for every expense for the rest of his life.


  2. I vote for Brandi. But only because I am unable to muster sympathy for hedge fund managers, most especially one stupid enough to marry an American woman.

  3. Oddly, I don’t see either of these as strong contenders.

    Brandi-Lee is a scammer running a scam. I don’t see that there’s a sense of entitlement, of “I deserve this” there. She’s no more an entitlement princess than a car thief who just happens to be female.

    Anne is simply a normal, standard alimony-grabber. The only notable thing about her is that there’s a couple of extra zeros on the end because rich people are rich. She probably actually does spend two grand a month for stationery – billionaires just run on a different economy.

    Nothing outstanding or notable about either of these, really.

  4. You’re billionaire, what possible benefit could there be to getting a wife in feminist western society??
    What a fool.

  5. This month’s a no-brainer. Brandi isn’t really entitled, she’s just a scumbag. Dias-Griffin, on the other hand, is a clear-cut example of female entitlement. So what if she married a billionaire -it appears that she contributed NOTHING to building his business and his fortunes, so why the hell should she be entitled to any of the fruits of his labours? The answer is that she shouldn’t, outside of (reasonable) child support payments. I’ll give Mr Griffin credit where it’s due, there’s something admirable about getting a woman to agree to getting only 1% of your fortune in the event of a divorce.

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