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Chef Rocco DiSpirito Caught in Fierce Legal Battle Over Meatball-Making Mom’s Estate

Chef Rocco DiSpirito Caught in Fierce Legal Battle Over Meatball-Making Mom’s Estate


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Rocco DiSpirito is feuding with his siblings over his late mother’s estate; he believes he is entitled to more than half

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Chef Rocco DiSpirito and his siblings are feuding over a post-mortem family affair. DiSpirito’s beloved mama, Nicolina DiSpirito, 87, beloved by fans for her homemade meatballs, which were often featured on her celebrity chef son’s NBC show The Restaurant, passed away in 2013. Now, more than four years after her death, the chef is feuding with his siblings over his mother’s estate, according to the New York Post.

As his mother’s primary caretaker for many years, DiSpirito believes he deserves more than what is stipulated in her will. He was named executor and was bequeathed half of her estate (which includes Nicolina’s four-story apartment building in Brooklyn), with the remaining half to be split evenly between Rocco’s two other siblings. While the 50-year-old chef believes he deserves more than half of the estate due to the expenses he accrued while caring for Nicolina in her final years, his siblings argue that “Rocco’s attempts to put his mother’s affairs in order were half-baked,” the New York Post reports.

After putting Nicolina’s belongings in storage in 2012, Rocco has racked up more than $54,000 in storage fees, and the storage bill is now $15,000 in arrears according to his siblings Michael and Maria. However, Rocco insists that toward the end of their mother’s life he spent $28,000 a month attending to her needs.

There is no word yet on how or if this family affair will be resolved.

DiSpirito isn’t the only one who earned his cooking training wheels from Mom. Check out What 10 Famous Chefs Learned From Their Moms in the Kitchen.


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One thing I've come to accept over the years is that no culture is perfect. You may learn a lot of good things about a culture, but sooner or later your bubble will be burst when you learn of a regular, normal, loathsome practice that that culture accepts and you or your culture cannot. It is the way of men.

Humans are always at least a little bit bad. So try not to be such a sanctimonious bitch when you're busy judging someone or some group of people, because they probably have similar feelings about you. If you really want to be wise, I think you must accept a certain level of badness in people.

So if you think pirating movies, books, and music on the internet is bad, go fuck yourself.


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One thing I've come to accept over the years is that no culture is perfect. You may learn a lot of good things about a culture, but sooner or later your bubble will be burst when you learn of a regular, normal, loathsome practice that that culture accepts and you or your culture cannot. It is the way of men.

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