Kate Gosselin was slammed by ex-husband Gosselin in another interview, according to a Dec. 27 E! News report. The former reality television star told the Philadelphia Magazine that his wife is an “a—hole.”
“Everyone thinks I'm out to get Kate. I don’t give a f-ck!” said Gosselin. He added, “What would I get out of it? Everyone knows she’s an a--hole, you know what I mean? I don’t have to—she’s proven that!”
Gosselin also complained about his ex-wife’s social media affliction, and how it affects their children. “She tweets everything. To the world, all about my children. I think it's disgusting and awful. They can't even have a normal life.”
Us Weekly reports that Kate sued Jon in August, alleging that her ex had accessed private information for his tell all book, “ Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled the World.” The lawsuit alleged, among other things, that Jon hacked into her phone and computer to get information for the book. According to Philadelphia Magazine, the charges were dropped against Jon and the writer Robert Hoffman in November.
The exes appear to spend a lot of time discussing their lives in the press. Last month, in an interview for Oprah Winfrey's OWN show “Where Are They Now?,” Jon talked to the television host about how reality television ruined his life and gave his eight children “developmental” problems.
"It” just became stressful on the kids and stressful on me,” Jon told Winfrey. “You're trying to keep your marriage together, and you're trying to keep your family ties together.” He continued, “Yes, they got to travel the world, and yes, they got these fabulous things, and yes, they have trust funds, and they're taken care of educationally. Great. But developmentally, they have problems with their peers, and they have problems with talking to other people, and they have problems with wants and needs and manners and morals and what's right and what's wrong. I think more so than someone who grows up off TV.”
According to E! News, Kate slammed Jon for his interview, writing on her blog, “I find it very heartbreaking that my children's father chooses a public forum to discuss his current opinions of the ‘development’ of our children. She acknowledged that she risked “stirring up an unwanted public and private ‘frenzy’ by commenting on this, but, if our children ever stumble upon that interview, I want to be able to point them to this statement so that they know that I publicly set the record 100% straight on this one, for their sake.”