A spoilt teen has claimed that her mum is making her live like a "peasant" after cutting her allowance from $5,000 to $1,000 a month.
Appearing on US talk show talk show Dr Phil, 15-year-old Nicolette, said that she was unhappy after her mum Nina cut her monthly budget down.
Now, most teenagers would be pretty happy with $1,000 a month. Hell, most 15-year-olds would be happy with $50.
But Nicolette, who already owns an array of Chanel handbags and designer clothes, is still overspending on her credit cards in order to keep up with the other bratty teens in their hometown of Beverly Hills.
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Nina even allowed a family friend, Joel, to move into the family home so he could help chauffeur Nicolette around and keep an eye on her spending.
Exactly how she thinks he is going to stop her spending loads of money is not exactly clear. He can't physically stop her buying more and more crap that she doesn't need, can he?
On the show, Nina told Dr Phil: "My teenage daughter is extravagant, spoilt and bratty.
"Nicolette is beyond entitled."
Nicolette admitted that she likes to spend her days having lunch in Beverly Hills, shopping and making YouTube videos.
"I need money to buy clothes, I need money to buy shoes - my mum just doesn't get it."
She doesn't have a job, and to be honest, it doesn't seem like she even wants to try to get one.
The spoilt brat even openly admits to having zero future goals and excepts live a life where she doesn't have to work, be rich, wear designer clothes and drive a Mercedes G Wagon.
I mean, we've all got dreams love, but some of us have to work for them. A Mercedes G Wagon costs about $190,000 (£140,000) by the way - that's a lot of work.
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She said: "When my mum doesn't give me more money, I make her life a living hell.
"I have my ways."
She continued: "My mum raised me with everything I wanted and she needs to continue because it's the only life I've ever known.
After having her allowance cut, Nicolette claimed: "I feel like a peasant. I can't live like this anymore.
"I'm always out of money.
"If you ask me, I feel like my mum should be giving me $2,500 (£1,832) a month just to cover my basic expenses."
If you ask just about everyone else, they'd probably say that she should be giving you nothing, if you're lucky.
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