Buddy Lembeck is broke

Things have gone from bad to worse for “Teen Hunk” Willie Aames — also known as Buddy Lembeck from his stint on “Charles in Charge” back in the 80s — who was recently filmed selling what is left of his soul at a local garage sale in Kansas City. Mo., for the world to witness.

Associated Press has the latest chapter in his depressing life story:

” … Willie Aames is selling off his belongings in suburban Kansas City. Dozens showed up Thursday at a garage sale at his Olathe home, where Aames made deals with bargain-hunters and signed autographs. A production crew filmed the sale for a TV show. Aames has fallen upon hard times. He filed for bankruptcy last year and his home is in foreclosure. Items on sale included antiques, artwork, a piano, deer head mounts and TV and movie memorabilia.”

Aames was also reportedly interested in hocking whatever dignity he had left; however, it seems as if that was bartered to score a fix on VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club 2.” He actually won an individual prize on the show for shedding 26 pounds, which he later ate for supper and washed down with Diet Coke. No ice.

Michael Jackson will kill you …


… if you mess with his “priceless and irreplaceable” items from “Neverland’s trove of memorabilia” that he doesn’t want to auction off, according to Yahoo.com.

Seriously, folks, you can’t make this kinda stuff up:

Darren Julien, said in a sworn statement filed with a Los Angeles court that the singer’s representatives even tried to intimidate him into postponing the sale.During a Feb. 9 meeting at a fast-food restaurant in Los Angeles, he said, one of Jackson’s employees warned that the auctioneers would be in danger “from Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam,” if they didn’t call it off.

“He told us that Dr. Tohme and Michael Jackson wanted to give the message to us ‘that our lives are at stake and there will be bloodshed,'” Julien said, referring to Jackson business manager, Tohme Tohme.

I totally want the chalis that held all of “Jacko’s” Jesus Juice if this auction eventually goes down. That way I can have conversations like this:

“Here Gav, why don’t you try some of my Jesus Juice — it’ll take you to happy places”
“No thanks Mike, last time I did that, my ass felt totally ripped the next morning…”

Or something like that.