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An Ohio man recently made a big splash on "Divorce Court" when he admitted to fathering 27 kids with 17 women. Yes, you read right: 27 children.
Just two days after his "Divorce Court" episode aired, Nathaniel J. Smith, 39, of Dayton, was arrested and taken to a county jail for failing to appear in court for a child support case. He's since been released.
Smith told the Dayton Daily News he was not aware of the court appearance that he apparently missed -- a consequence, perhaps, of having so many kids to support? Here are a few valuable child support lessons to learn from a guy with 27 kids:
It seems "Divorce Court" could potentially give Smith a new way to pay child support: showbiz. Smith is jonesing for a reality show, according to the Dayton Daily News. There's a movie called "27 Dresses," so how about a sad non-sequitur sequel: "27 Children"?
Despite the depressing premise, this may soon become a reality (show). Smith says his estranged wife has even been contacted by two TV talk shows since their "Divorce Court" episode aired.
Has no one learned from the tragedy that is "Jon and Kate Plus Eight"? Sigh.