Our expert says:
He sounds determined to take no personal responsibilities at all Poor thing, he must be so exhausted ater giving orders to the staff who presumably you pay for. Leaving him might be a good idea, so long as you check out the financial and legal aspects in advance. Is it your place, or in his name ? Don't give him one more cent for anything. Cook for yourself, and not for him, and eat the food you buy, maybe even eating out, so he goes hungry if he can't be bothered to earn and cook, and wash up.
Tell him if there's anything he wants done around the house, to just go ahead and do it, as you are not his servant. Rather, as you pay his expenses, its more the other way around.
And Lu - he won't smell the roses - it's take too much effort, unless you cut them and brought them to his bedside.
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