I am dwelling on the maid in Arnold Schwasenegger’s house who faithfully worked for him for 20 years in his sprawling mansion. All I can think of is this poor woman bending over to make his bed or clean his toilet and have to get F---ed in every room of the 50 room house. Then carry his child and keep it secret to save his reputation for years. Maybe she liked it and wanted it but she had a full time job cleaning his toilets as well. Should cleaning his pipes be included in the job description?
I don’t blame the maid or any woman, they were obviously seduced by the man. The best story was about the late Johnny Carson’s producer’s maid. Johnny Carson was a famous late night talk show host. Fred De Cordova was his producer for all the years Johnny was on TV. He was well paid and bought a large mansion and also had a live in maid. The night Johnny announced to his audience about the tragic event that caused his son to die, Fred De Cordova the produced was telling Johnny to wrap it up and that he was spending too much time on that topic on the air. Johnny was furious. Even though he did not fire De Cordova as producer of the show, he never paid him well again.
The maid over the years spent her earnings on making an exact replica of the mansion and had it built in Mexico. Now the maid and his wife are spending their retirement in this mansion in Mexico living well and happy. ViVa the Maids.
Some of these faithful employees will clean your toilet, have sex while cleaning, and take care of you in retirement. Let’s hear it for the Maids!