Speaking of money, Teddy Mellencamp really wants to make money. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was paid to appear on the Bravo reality show, but after season 10 she was no longer a main cast member. However, Teddy has multiple businesses and cash flow supporting him and his family.
Read on to find out Teddy's net worth and how the RHOBH alum makes his money.
What is Teddy Mellencamp's net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the former reality TV star is worth around $16 million.
Does Teddy Mellencamp host a podcast?
She and Orange County star Tamra Judge host the Real Housewives Two Tees in a Pod podcast. Presumably, Teddy receives advertising money from the show.
Teddy Mellencamp business owner?
Teddy is the owner of the All in by Teddy accountability program, which aims to "provide our clients with personalized support, guidance, and a path to self-responsibility through tools that inspire comprehensive and lasting change in health, fitness and lifestyle".
Although he has few employees on his payroll, the different levels of All In seem to make Teddy a lot of money. The most expensive Jumpstart plan costs $599 per month. Prices drop as customers complete the program.
How does Teddy Mellencamp spend his money?
Following the February 2018 episode of RHOBH, Teddy opened up about his money-saving habits on the Bravo Blog.
"I know what you're thinking: 'I didn't know Teddy was so down to earth.' God, I wish he could tell us in a previous episode how awesome he is." I just want to be clear: I'm not saying I don't have money – I'm just saying I'm frugal," she said. "And I'm not proud of anything because I'm 'cares. . It's The Real Housewives or Beverly Hills, so I'm just me. Five bedroom beach house/cottage/anything and everything.
She spoke candidly about money on the Two T's in a Pod podcast in March 2023, explaining that at one point in their marriage she and her husband Edwin Aroev nearly divorced and a "power struggle" between them is remembered . . Before joining RHOBH in Season 8.
"Then suddenly he took control of our finances, and I never was," he recalled. "I did not have money."