McCauley served as Cook's business manager from the early 90s to 2008, and Cook originally hired him to help him escape his job as, seriously, a corrections officer. When Cook decided to move from his home state of Massachusetts to Los Angeles, he decided to hire a new business manager, promising his brother a different role in Dick Jokes llc.
That was when Cook discovered that from 2004 to 2008, McCauley had been sending him fake bank statements. McCauley had done crazy things with the stolen money, like stashing $800,000 in the walls of his home and forging a check from Cook to himself for three million dollars. Or, roughly enough money to buy a yacht and name it the USS Lolscrewmybrother.
Once caught, McCauley was sentenced to five to six years in the same prison where he once served as a corrections officer and ten years of probation after that. He was also ordered to pay Cook $12 million in restitution. So, if you know anyone looking for an experienced business manager, hit him up!
Tommy Hilfiger's Son Is Obviously Rich And Questionably Talented
Tommy Hilfiger's son is a semi-successful rapper who goes by the name Rich Hil. Presumably, the nom de plume is so he won't get any preferential treatment from the rap community for being the son of the dude who invented polo shirts.
When I say he's semi-successful, though, please understand I don't mean that he's talented. He raps like Christian Bale's Batman trying to whisper you a secret as slowly as possible. If you're curious where Hil learned to rap, it was, of course, on the mean streets of Philadelphia. His parents allowed him to visit on weekends away from the family home in Connecticut (with a bodyguard of course).
Rich HilIt's like if every hateable rich kid stereotype formed Douche Voltron.
Hil was recently signed to Warner Bros. Records, supposedly after they asked The Weeknd who he would like to work with and The Weeknd listed Rich. I'm not an expert on rap or anything, but that was totally a prank The Weeknd played on Warner Bros., right?
Hil raps about universal concepts like love, breakups, drinking too much, and rehab. However, after a recent arrest for possession of a metric butt-ton of marijuana, he told The Observer, "I learned that alcohol and coke? Is kind of for faggots. You know, like, in my eyes. I'll drink alcohol to get lean, don't get me wrong, but, like, something about people who are addicted to alcohol and cocaine, they seem like fags to me. Not 'fags' as in 'gay'. I have nothing against gay people. Mad people in my family are gay."
That's a quote the creator of Entourage would call too on the nose for parody. No celebrity offspring has ever been a better example of why you shouldn't tell your kids that you're rich.