Trouble has money, and money is trouble.
Here's the story of another rich, pampered celebrity who think they are above the law, and entertain themselves by taking advantage of creatures outside of their own species.
Fresh off the Skewed Presses:
Trouble, the dog of Leona Helmsley, has been arrest for illegal football betting.
The now realized dead Helmsley left her beloved white ("companion") a $12 million trust fund, according to her will, which was made public Tuesday in surrogate court.
Associates of Trouble have come forward accusing the dog of squandering away the newly acquired riches betting on preseason football.
Trouble has reached a plea agreement with authorities.
During his press conference in, Trouble sounded like a dog who was truly sorry for what he did. He used the words "ashamed," "immature" and "forgiveness." He says he's found Jesus.
"Jesus has a doggie heaven right?" he yelped. "I am not spinning my wheels here am I?"
No one knows yet if the sudden adoption of religion will make things easier on the pampered pooch.
"I mean, if you asked me. I would bet all dogs go…ah [expletive]." Trouble added. "I didn't mean bet. Bad dog!"