A man aged 29 has fathered 21 children with 11 different women, it emerged yesterday. Desmond Hatchett’s brood came to light after authorities in Tennessee in the U.S. took him to court for non-payment of child support. He has apparently set a U.S. record but said: ‘It just happened.’ He added that he would not have any more children. ‘I’m done. I’ll say I’m done,’ he said.

Hatchett, who earns a minimal wage, told TV reporters he knows the names and ages of all his offspring. Their ages range from newborn to 11 years old. Authorities in Knoxville said they plan to take half of his monthly salary to pay for the youngsters but officials said that would work out to just over £1 a week for each. His lawyer Keith Pope said: ‘The children can’t all be supported by Desmond, so the state of Tennessee has had to step in.’

Many Knoxville residents called for him to be castrated. He even boasted of fathering four children by different women in the same year. Hatchett’s name appeared on court documents 11 times representing 15 of his 21 children. U.S. authorities are now braced for more women coming forward to claim Hatchett is the father of their children after he appeared on local TV. He said the women he was involved with all knew he had other children. One mother, who has two children with Hatchett, said she should get £44 a month but rarely receives any child support. ‘It’s frustrating, but usually, when I ask he gives it to me,’ she said. Authorities in Knoxville ordered Hatchett to court to explain how he intends to pay child support.

He arrived for the hearing with just over £300.

Maybe we should hook him up with this moron…


  1. Sister Mary Hand Grenade of Quiet Reflection says:

    I met Alfred1’s parents, couple of nice guys.

  2. NancyDisgrace says:

    Holy crap! It’s like men in there late teens and
    20’s really like to f***! What has happened to
    the world today. Just sad.

  3. Nimby says:

    To paraphrase Will Smith in MIB: It just be rainin’ black folk…

    The terms of probation for this “man” should include some permanent birth control.

    Alfie, I never thought I would say this but, please shut up. You prove with each new comment you are nothing more than a troll. You have devolved into a mere entertainment. Ooops! Sorry, I forgot. You don’t believe in evolution therefore no devolution, either. So I guess you’ve always been a moronic clown.

  4. Borat says:

    #43 – No butt wipe, we want you to support his kids.

  5. Healing waters says:

    Please don’t even go there with your taxpayer dimes and micro-pennies “pay for them” and all that crap, he brought in 21 beautiful people into the world. What I find incredible is the similarities between those who can remember th names of all 21 of their children and who made them, while other people know the names of 21 different file extensions and who made them, and those who know the names of 21 different automobiles and who made them. All are subsidized. In the end, the winner is the po dude who created new people, beautiful individuals, pure joy.

  6. Cursor_ says:

    It was not uncommon in the US between 1780 and 1900 for many families to be run by a single parent. Due to injury, illness and abandonment; many families had either no father or mother.

    After the civil war this was widespread.

    Prior to the 1700’s around the world it was common place to only have single parent households and in many cases total orphanage of children.

    The WORLD was populated by people that did not raise their children. And by people that has no visible means of support. Because if we WAIT until we have the money to raise children we would all be 50 or older.

    This man and the women that slept with him are classic humans.


  7. Olo Baggins of Bywater says:

    He’s probably hung like a horse.

    Bailiff, whack his pee pee.

  8. bobbo says:

    Alfie and friends==your comments are so silly I have to think you are trolling. The only amazing thing is how you can keep it up for so long. I’ve tried myself, taking on a persona, and after 4-5 days, I can’t continue.

    So, if you do think of yourself as sophisticated raconteurs running a troll, to some degree you still believe the position you are only slightly exaggerating.

    People reproducing==big deal. Earthworms do it. If you aren’t DEDICATING your life to raising your offspring, you are just a turd.

    Goes to men and women as well. The only thing “irresponsible” here is SOCIETY not encouraging the women to get ABORTIONS. The world needs more ABORTIONS.

    I am not pro-choice, I am pro-ABORTION. If the State can intrude on people’s private lives to encourage “life”, then all that is needed is a change in democratic values and have the State encouraging less life.

    The rupture can’t come soon enough.

  9. goof ball says:

    Put him to work for the state..No wage..let his employment pay in part for the cost of caring for the kids..cut his dick off to a nub. go to schools and educate the young as to his ignorance…just sayin

  10. mltweeker says:

    Oh,come on, isn’t this the MIRACLE of conception. Maybe the moms can work that loaves and fishes trick.

  11. mltweeker says:

    Though, I to am Pro Abortion, I am Pro Sex and Social Education first.
    As to Cursors’ remarks about single parent families settling early america. soldiers going off to war and exploration were customarily married or some how bound by agreemnent. Even those denied legal bindings (indigeneous people and slaves) made every effort to initiate a family prior to whatever misfortune. Let’s face it, a woman who makes a concious choice to raise a child without a partner (like me) is never foolish enough to
    extend the challege beyond one child. too many cubs, too many predators!

  12. alain smithee says:

    It’s simple – the stupid people are out-breeding us.

    Smart people understand that children are expensive, and limit the number of children they have in order to better support them.

    Stupid people think ‘sex is fun’ and keep popping out babies without thinking of the consequences.


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