In papers filed secretly in a Pennsylvania court on Monday, Kate Gosselin not only demanded Jon Gosselin return $230,000 to their bank account but also that he sell his luxury cars, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
Only RadarOnline.com obtained the explosive court papers, which have triggered a public brawl between Jon and Kate, who have been attacking each other on national TV.
And now that Kate has hired high-powered Los Angeles attorney Marty Singer, she’s also demanding that Jon disclose how much he’s paying his attorney, Mark Heller, who was once suspended from practicing law in New York for five years due to a host of violations including fraud.
In court papers filed Monday at Montgomery County Court in Pennsylvania, Kate reveals that Jon wiped out $230,000 from their joint bank account, a charge first revealed by RadarOnline.com this past weekend. Jon left Kate with only $1,000 in that account.
And in the papers, Kate demands Jon sell his BMW and Mercedes!
According to the papers, Jon withdrew the money between August 8th 2009 and September 29th 2009, Kate discovered the missing funds on Friday October 2nd, right after Jon appeared on Larry King Live saying he wanted to be friends with Kate!
On August 8th, Jon withdrew a whopping $100,000, with various other lump sum withdrawals during the time period according to the papers.
A furious Kate is demanding the court hold Jon in contempt of their Interim Arbitration Award; order him to pay back the $230,000 within 24 hours of the court’s order; order Jon to provide complete accounting of monies spent, from any source whatsoever, for the last 60 days; order Jon to sell both his BMW and his Mercedes and escrow the funds to cover any potential in his ability to repay the $230,000; order Jon to produce all of his lawyer Mark J. Heller’s retainer agreements, documentation regarding payment of any fees or retainers, as well as copies of all invoices from Heller and order Jon to pay Kate’s legal fees of $5,000.
In the papers Kate claims that without the funds she is “unable to pay any bills or expenses for her or the parties eight children, including the real estate taxes, individual taxes, quarterly taxes, tuition for the children, clothing for the children and repairs to the homes.”
In the papers, she claims, “Husband’s conduct is knowing, willful, malicious, in bad faith and outrageous”.