Jon Gosselin Wants To Sue Kate Gosselin For Custody Of Sextuplets


I'm so foolish! When Jon Gosselin said he wanted to escape the spotlight and live a normal life – I believed him! Then came Couples Therapy and now Jon is back to courting the tabloids for attention. 

In the latest issue of In Touch Weekly, Jon regales us with tales of what a terrible mother Kate Gosselin is and now wants to fight her for custody of their sextuplets. This all comes weeks after Kate dropped a lawsuit against Jon claiming he stole information from her that was later used in a purported tell-all expose that accused her of being obsessed with fame and abusing her eight kids.

"They live in fear of Kate,” Jon claims of the nine-year-old sextuplets. “Every time I see them, they tell me they want to live with me.” In a recent Today Show interview, Jon and Kate's twins Mady and Kara refused to answer questions and displayed some serious animosity towards their mom. “It was horrible to watch,” recounts Jon. 


Speaking of that interview Jon says that was a direct violation of their custody agreement by "not giving him the option of watching the younger six kids when she took Mady and Cara out of Pennsylvania." 

Jon, who is a self-admitted deadbeat who does not pay child support (but does not receive support from Kate), said the time has come for him to save his brood! “First, I’m going to file for an emergency petition for contempt … The next step is to fight for custody,” Jon states. “It’s the only way I can protect the younger six.”

Jon plans to file as soon as he saves enough money for lawyers and paperwork fees. [Insert shameless plug for attention seeking pro bono attorney here!] What happened to his Couples Therapy paycheck?  

Even if he does not get full custody, Jon says he has to do something. “Regardless of what the judge decides, I have to at least try,” Jon insists. “I just wish Kate would wake up, realize how she’s behaving — and change her ways.” 

Here's my question: what's up with the twins? Why doesn't Jon want full custody of them? Teeangers are too much work?

All together now: those poor kids! 

[Photo Credit: In Touch Weekly]