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The National Enquirer is reporting that yesterday, Hank Baskett left the home he shares with his wife Kendra Wilkinson and checked into a motel with one of the baby nurses. Hank and Kendra have two kids, one of which was born just a month ago. Publicly they have tried to show that things are good, but inside the relationship things have not been great for the past year or so. Kendra is not as popular as she once was and does not command the same appearance fees she used to and when she was pregnant she worked less and Hank barely makes any money and maybe this is their way of getting an extra season of their reality show ala Tori and Dean.
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