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Gosselin Kids Tell Friends Santa Isn't Real!

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Gosselin kids tell friends Santa isn't real

The Gosselin kids are in trouble again!

This time, they’ve been accused of spoiling Christmas for fellow students after telling them that Santa does not exist.

“The kids don’t believe in Santa Claus, and they’re telling other kids at school that there is no Santa Claus,” a close friend of the family told RadarOnline.com.

Jon Gosselin apparently received phone calls from parents whose children were told that “your parents are lying to you” about Santa Claus.

Oops!  The secret is out, children!

Recently we reported that two of Kate Gosselin’s eight children were expelled from school.  Kate was interviewed by ET’s Mary Hart and said the two children were being homeschooled.

This week, Kate also admitted daughter Alexis and son Collin “were having anger issues.”

The Kate Plus 8 star revealed that she and the school “mutually agreed” to take the pair out of school, and they’re now studying with a private tutor.

While it hasn’t been revealed which of the Gosselin kids spilled the beans on Santa, the insider said,  “The kids are too smart at this point, but they are sweet about it and go along with it… and the Easter Bunny too.”

Whether they believe in Santa or not, the Gosselin kids plan on celebrating Christmas at both of their parents’ homes.

“Kate gets even years and Jon gets odd years,” the source said. “So this year, Kate has the kids on Christmas Day and Jon will have them on Christmas Eve.

“The kids will probably also get to open presents on Christmas Eve if Jon’s mother says that’s the plan.

“His mom has the final word on things like that. She is the stoic Asian mother that rules the roost.”

What do the Gosselin kids want for Christmas?  “They enjoy different things so while one wants a scooter, the other wants a bike. They also want trucks and dolls and games.”

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