Jon Gosselin’s camp WAS involved in discussion about a reality TV show project with Octo-Mom.
Despite a strong denial from Jon’s manager, RadarOnline.com has obtained email proof that shows Jon’s people were discussing the project and how much money he would be paid.
On Wednesday, Jon denied any involvement with the TV show project. His manager said: “This is the first I’ve even heard of [the project]. It isn’t happening.”
But RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained emails that show Jon’s reps were fully involved in discussions regarding the project.
In one email, dated Tuesday, October 27th, Jon’s camp acknowledges receipt of the show pitch and asks for more details to be provided regarding the shooting, location, content and even what Hailey Glassman’s role would be in the show!
They go on to request more details on what Jon’s financial compensation will be, and in a financial deal memo also obtained by RadarOnline.com Elevator Productions state that they are willing to offer Gosselin a whopping $1million plus all expenses paid.
In another email to Jon’s camp the production company states that they envision shooting Jon back east, getting him ready to go to LA for his date with Octo-Mom. They say that they would love to have Hailey in the show upset and unsure about this “whole blind date thing”. They say that once Jon makes it to LA they’ll shoot them finally meeting up at her house and going out to “a local restaurant and movie or something”. They say they envision the shooting taking 1-2 weeks and go on to say “Pretty easy work for a million dollars”.
Current Cheaters producer, Bobby Goldstein, was the mastermind behind the show, whose premise was to document Jon Gosselin and Octo-Mom, Nadya Suleman, dating.