Whenever you think a mansion, you’re probably thinking about a pristine living space that’s kept in perfect condition at all times. Celebrities, have it all, for the most part. They have the power, they have the fame, and they have the money, lots and lots of money. They’re always glammed up when we see them on TV or on the red carpet. It should be fairly easy for celebrities to hire a maid to make sure their mansion stays in tip-top shape with all of the money these celebrities have. It’s mind-blowing that there are so many celebrities that live like absolute pigs.
Looking at the living conditions of some of these celebrities may confuse you because some of their mansions are downright filthy. It’s understandable that certain people have busy lives that can interfere with some of the most basic duties at times. However, this is ridiculous. For Kirstie Alley’s place looking like a zoo to Britney Spears sleeping in crumbs, the truth about they live behind closed doors is hard to believe. It’s one thing being a little messy from time to time, but it’s another to consistently subject yourself to crummy, unsanitary, and nasty conditions. Here are 15 celebrities whose huge homes are a total mess.
1. Kim Kardashian Has Clothes All Over The Place
Kim Kardashian, who’s known for wearing all of the latest fashion trends, posted a selfie revealing a rather messy room on Instagram. Apparently, Kim was trying to figure out what to wear as she ripped through her wardrobe. Her daughter, North, could also be seen in the picture and was seen wrapping “a pair of tracksuit bottoms around her.” The post read, “Yesterday… trying to pick out an outfit struggle.” Hangers, shoes and other items were all over the place while the coats were “stacked up on a nearby couch.” Kim is known for starring on Keeping Up with the Kardashians and other reality show spinoffs, such as Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami and Kourtney and Kim Take New York. Along with her family, Kim seems to always have nationwide media attention. Kim has an estimated worth of $45 million and was on the list of 100 most influential people by Time Magazine in 2016.