Who is Justice Mellencamp?
Justice was born in Indiana, USA, on 14 August 1985 – her zodiac sign is Leo, and she holds American nationality. She’s a professional hairdresser, but is probably only known to the public as a daughter of John Mellencamp, a famous American singer-songwriter, artist, actor and movie director.
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Early life and education
Justice was raised in Indiana alongside her older sister Teddi Jo, by their father and their mother Victoria Granucci; their parents were married from 1981 to 1989, while their father had previously been married to Priscilla Esterline from 1970 to 1981, and they have a daughter Michelle together. John married his third wife, American fashion model Elaine Irwin, on 5 September 1992, and they have two sons Speck and Hud together; their divorce was finalized on 12 August 2011.
John has since dated a couple of women, including American actress Meg Ryan, American supermodel and actress Christie Brinkley, and American nurse and skin expert Jamie Sue Sherrill.
Justice was interested in a couple of activities while growing up, including acting and singing, as she was looking up to her father. She studied at Sea Pines Montessori prior to progressing to Hilton Head Preparatory School; upon matriculating in 2003, Justice enrolled at Indiana University, but dropped out after only a single year.
Justice has taken several courses for hairdressing, and began working at Fifth Avenue Hair Salon in 2005; since 2012, she has been working as a hairdresser at Platinum Design.
Love life and relationships
Justice prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but has still allowed her fans to have a glimpse into it. She met Michael Moore when she was only four years old, but their friendship only deepened when they were both studying at Hilton Head Preparatory School. They began dating when they were 16, and were together for around 13 years prior to exchanging vows on 4 October 2014, in a private ceremony attended by only the closest of their friends and family members.
Justice gave birth to their son Trent Mellencamp Moore while she was still attending college, and to their daughter DoDo Mellencamp Moore on 31 May 2016; their third child Woods Mellencamp Moore followed on 12 May 2021.Justice hasn’t mentioned any other men whom she has perhaps been with, so as of May 2022, she’s married to Michael Moore, and has three children with him.
Hobbies and other interests
Justice seems to be enjoying the attention which she’s receiving from her more than 10,000 followers on Instagram, and is thus quite active on the network; she’s uploaded over 2,300 pictures, the majority of which feature her children.
She’s physically highly active, and has four to five training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure; Justice is also following a strict diet, and occasionally gives her fans advice on dieting and working out.
She likes to travel, and although she’s rarely travelled since the birth of her first child, she had visited various US states with her father during her teenage years; it’s believed that Justice is yet to travel overseas.
She likes to watch movies late at night – her favorite actor and actress are Al Pacino and Julia Roberts, while a couple of her favorite films include “Scent of a Woman”, “The Runaway Bride” and “Notting Hill”.
Age, height and net worth
Justice’s age is 36. She has long brown hair which she usually dyes blonde, her eyes are brown, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m), and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of May 2022, her net worth stands at more than $150,000, while her father John’s net worth has been estimated at over $30 million.
Who is her father John?
John J. Mellencamp was born in Seymour, Indiana USA, on 7 October 1951 – his zodiac sign is Libra, and he holds American nationality. He gained recognition in the ‘80s, when he honed his own unique writing style, and many of his songs reached the Billboard Top 10 Chart, including “Crumblin’ Down”, “Hurts So Good” and “Paper in Fire”.
John was raised in Seymour alongside his siblings Joe, Janet, Ted and Laura, by their father Richard Mellencamp and mother Marilyn Lowe. He was born with spina bifida, and was still an infant when he had corrective surgery.
John became interested in music at a very early age, and began playing the guitar and singing when he was seven. He was 14 when he formed his first band, Crepe Soul, and was 18 when he married his first wife, after she had become pregnant. Upon matriculating from high school in 1970, John worked a couple of jobs to financially support himself, but enrolled at Vincennes University in 1972; prior to graduating in 1974, he played in a couple of local bands, including Trash.
He signed a contract with MainMan Management in 1976, and they insisted that he release his 1976 debut album under the name Johnny Cougar; John agreed, but “Chestnut Street Incident” was still a failure. He was dropped from his record label, and then signed a new contract with Riva Records, and then released his second album “A Biography” on 6 March 1978. A couple of John’s following albums were “Nothin’ Matters and What If It Did”, released on 15 September 1980, “American Fool”, which came out in 1982 and made him popular, and “Uh-Huh”, released in 1983.
John’s 12th album “Human Wheels” came out on 7 September 1993, and peaked at #7 on the Billboard 200 Chart – its eponymous lead song reached #48 on the Billboard Singles Chart. His 20th album “Life, Death, Love and Freedom” was released on 15 July 2008, and he has since released five albums, with his most recent “Strictly a One-Eyed Jack” having come out on 21 January 2022.
John’s also an actor, having appeared in four movies, including the 1992 drama “Falling from Grace”, which he also directed, and the 2005 sports drama “Madison”.
At one point of his career, John smoked up to 80 cigarettes every day, and addiction which led to him suffering a heart attack on 8 August 1994, since well he’s been rather more circumspect with tobacco.