The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is summoning Jon Gosselin to a meeting next week — whether Jon likes it or not, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Jon is now going to be questioned over the filing of his criminal complaint alleging ex-girlfriend Hailey Glassman ransacked his apartment, sources close to NYPD told RadarOnline.com.
A source close to the NYPD told RadarOnline.com exclusively that the former TLC reality show TV dad “is receiving word this week that he needs to come in for a meeting” as early as next week with officials in the office of the new Manhattan D.A. Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
According to the source, the cops investigating the matter believe the break-in was staged and at the meeting in the D.A.’s office Gosselin will be asked to explain the filing of his criminal complaint stemming from the “ransacking” of his New York City bachelor pad last Dec. 26.
Gosselin claimed he returned to his Upper West side apartment and found it vandalized with furniture and clothing “sliced up” and electronics and other valuables missing.
He also claimed a nasty note from Glassman – who had moved out earlier that week – was left behind stuck to his dresser with a butcher knife!
RadarOnline.com exclusively obtained a photo of the knife spearing the note into the dresser.
Glassman admitted she removed items from the apartment but said those items belonged to her, including a plasma TV. She said the rest of Jon’s claims were “nonsense.”
NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly said in late December that detectives were looking into whether the incident “was staged.”
And the NYPD source now says: “The more they’ve looked into it, the more they’ve felt like it was a publicity stunt on Jon’s part. They absolutely thought the butcher knife part of it was complete ‘B.S.’ – something out of a bad B movie!
“While this hasn’t been the detectives’ top priority, Gosselin could get the collar for filing a false report.
“Now, the open investigation that’s continued has resulted in the D.A.’s office deciding that Jon Gosselin must come in and appear in person to be questioned.
“This is serious stuff if the D.A.’s office wants to speak to him directly. And if he refuses to voluntarily show, they could make it difficult for him and issue a subpoena – basically, forcing him to appear.
“It would certainly be in Jon’s best interests not to give the new D.A. a hard time.
“But it’s now clear that Jon may have screwed up big time if what he alleged against his ex-girlfriend was fabricated, the D.A. doesn’t like people filing false police reports and they could certainly make him an example!”