Bill Clinton’s Brother Accused of Hiring Women to Beat Each Other Up

Bill Clinton’s brother, Roger, may not be the Clinton that feels others’ pain, but it sure seems he enjoys watching it.

Ever in trouble of one kind or another, this time Roger is accused of hiring women to beat each other up while he watches.

The National Enquirer broke the story of Nadeze Connelly, 36, who claims that on April 1, 2011, Roger Clinton invited her to his home to cook dinner for him but when she arrived she was physically attacked by a woman named Melissa Fitzpatrick.

Connelly claims that Roger simply stood by watching the assault and did nothing to break up the tussle.

Connelly says she broke free of the fight and fled but Roger persisted in calling her to get her to come back, promising that Fitzpatrick wouldn’t be there.

When police questioned Clinton, he claimed that Connelly was there “to borrow $150” and that the two women were probably fighting over a boy friend.

Police didn’t have enough to charge anyone, but Connelly filed a lawsuit against Clinton seeking over $500,000.

A family friend to the media that Roger “has a knack for getting in trouble” and callously joked that perhaps Roger should stick to takeout.

Bill Clinton’s Brother, Roger, in his natural condition

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  • GarandFan

    The Clinton boys always seem to be in trouble where women are concerned. Remind me again, who has a ‘war on women’ going on?

    • Jwb10001

      What, are you actually crtizing a white democrat president and his white stupid family member…. that’s odd I thought us racists only critized the black president….. mmmm

    • Nadeze Connelly

      That’s what I said. Remind me who have a war on woman ?who ? I’m Nadeze Connelly the chef who got beat up at Clinton’s home.

  • Commander_Chico_Cognoscente

    That’s some weak shit, Warner, even for you:

    1. Roger Clinton
    2. April Fool’s Day, 2011.
    3. No criminal charges

  • UOG

    I’m intrigued by this concept of “inviting someone over to cook your dinner.” Do you mean to tell me that the Upset Old Gal and I never need to cook for ourselves? That we can just invite people over to cook for us? And this works?

    I mean, I’m familiar with the concept of “come on over for dinner, then we’ll bang each others’ brains out and have breakfast out in the morning.” But now you can just invite someone over to cook for you? The world sure has changed since I was young.

  • They say you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your family…..

    • warnertoddhuston

      That’s what Roger keeps saying about Bill.