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Casey Johnson Wants Her Own (Adopted) Baby

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Heiresses tend to get what they want all the time, it seems, but Casey Johnson didn’t get her way when her plans to adopt a baby from Cambodia fell through. Adoption laws had become more strict in the country, although I can’t imagine why she wouldn’t be qualified to adopt. Oh wait. She said she bonded for three weeks with a two-and-a-half year old girl, “buying her clothes in Cambodia. I was videoing her. I was doing everything.” Okay, that doesn’t seem like a very good sign that she’ll be a suitable parent. She’s also supposedly in the process of adopting a child from Kazakhstan at the moment and was inspired to do so when her godmother Diandra Douglas adopted a child of her own.

She might have some good intentions, but it’s really hard to take her seriously, especially when she says her next house needs “at least six bedrooms because I need a room for my closet and shoes and handbags, and [my fiancé and I] both need an office. There needs to be a nanny’s room, a baby’s room, a master bedroom and a guest room.” I doubt that an eco-friendly house is what she has in mind. To make things worse, she also has a fondness for fur. Makes me wonder if there are any heiresses out there worth emulating.

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