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Jon Denies Kate’s Claims And Fires Back – Ooh Burn!!

Jon GosselinWe’ve heard Kate’s side of the story and now here comes Jon’s version. Jon was interviewed by The Insider and he’s telling a whole different story and has the paper trail to prove it.


Jon Gosselin spoke about his estranged wife Kate’s claims that he withdrew $230,000 from their joint account without notifying her. He said that Kate’s claims are “a total fabrication. “I withdrew $22,000 last Thursday. I have the paper trail to prove it.”

He went on to say, “I’ve never taken any money out because over ten years, Kate handled all the banking. Over the past four years of doing the show, we accrued $2,250,000. She says in the past week I took $230,000. I have withdrawn roughly $177,000 over the course of a year, which is less than 10% of what we made. That’s like my paycheck.”

On why Kate would make these claims, “I believe she’s incriminating herself and not thinking clearly. She’s wanting me to look bad.”

Does he believe Kate is having problems paying her bills? “No. She’s hiding money. We have 11 bank accounts. That was just our joint account. She had a best-selling book. Where’s that million dollars?”

Gosselin insists, “I didn’t want these things to come public. I didn’t want this to be embarrassing for her.”

Oh dear, how do you keep 11 bank accounts separate? Is Pennsylvania a community property state? If so he’s entitled to some of the money and whatever happens with the divorce, she will probably end up paying him alimony. He can always go live with his mama.

P.S. The really funny part about The Insider’s story is the comments. The public is saying that Jon could never sell a book because he can’t spell. And yet, there are so many spelling errors by those commenters. Too funny!!

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