Ellen Degeneres Hates Children and Refuses To Let Them Inside Her Home? (PHOTOS)

Ellen Degeneres Hates Children and Refuses To Let Them Inside Her Home - Report

Ellen Degeneres has always been vocal about not wanting to have children of her own with partner Portia de Rossi. However, did anyone expect the no-children rule to extent to guests in her household?

According to Star Magazine, Ellen supposedly “keeps her Beverly Hills mansion like a museum and doesn’t want kids making a mess.” Star’s source adds, “Ellen banned pal Jason Bateman from bringing his six-year-old daughter, Francesca, over.”

Ok, while I can definitely believe that Ellen would prefer not to have a bunch of children over, it’s hard to believe that she would actually go out of her way to ban children, especially children of her friends. Ellen has been spotted at birthday parties and other gatherings where children are abundant, and she’s always been nothing but sweet to kids on her show.

Is it all for show? Well, celebrities have been known to fake more than that for their public image, but Ellen’s reputation with her staff and elsewhere has been pretty much pristine for the past decade. I think Star is taking a kernel of truth, and then blowing it up into a ridiculous tall tale.

Do you guys think that Ellen Degeneres is banning kids from coming over to her house? Even if she doesn’t want kids, does she seem like the kind of person that would ban her friends’ kids from coming over? It’s very extreme to do something like that, and I can hardly imagine even the worst celebrity doing that, much less someone so universally beloved. It really just seems like Star’s run out of realistic stories to come out with, not that it was ever their strong point.

Let us know what you think in the comments.

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  • Kilohurtz-ONE

    Sounds like a great rule… People shouldn’t be bringing their rugrats to visit anyway… unless the house is a “kid friendly” house anyway… thats rude… parents are rude… like we don’t see your kids enough on facebook already… nobody wants to see your kid, except you, NOBODY…good for you ellen.. own this article and be proud..

    • http://twitter.com/baaaileey Bailey Yelle

      Sounds like you weren’t very liked as a child (by peers and adults).

  • Kelly Bentley

    I love kids, did private daycare in my home for many years but, I don’t feel Ellen should have to change her house around for other ppl children. She has a right to keep her home like a “Museum” to be able to see and appreciate the the things she’s earned and loves. I would assume she has things that could never be replaced if broken so why put those things in jeopardy. Ppl build their homes around their own lives, and Ellen and Portia lives don’t involve children. So why would their home be built to compensate other ppl lives. Their choice.
    Also “pretending to like kids outside her home”. Hell ya. Come on ppl even I love to play with, and see kids playing in the ideal place, park, playroom,rec room, etc but, I certainly wouldn’t recommend taking the kids to a china/crystal shop and say “go play” while I visit…Just because they choose to not have kids DOES NOT mean they don’t love kids…

  • Demona

    Maybe his kid is out of control, um lets see – being raised by a famous actor father with lots of cash, no I don’t know how she could be spoiled so badly she could be rotten.

  • jeff

    Parents are rude, sorry it is true. I mean i know your kid is your life and stuff but a lot of people have kids and expect everyone to bend over backwards for them. I do not get it I also live in poverty and poverty stricken parents are probably the worst offenders of the world revolving around them syndrome.