RadarOnline.com has learned new details about what went down during a court hearing Tuesday morning involving Jon and Kate Gosselin and that missing money.
According to a court source, Judge Arthur Tilson -- who met with them privately in the judge's quarters -- told the couple he wants the money that's been taken out of the joint account to be returned immediately.
Kate is accusing Jon of withdrawing $230,000 from their joint savings account without her permission. She claims he left only $1,000 in the account, leaving her unable to pay their bills.
For his part, Jon denied the withdrawals were inappropriate and wants Kate to account for more than $60,000 in withdrawals of her own.
As RadarOnline.com reported earlier, Jon and Kate arrived separately at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, PA. Each had their own
attorneys with them.
During Tuesday's hearing, Judge Tilson urged the couple to work something out amicably.
An arbitrator has been appointed by the court to help the bickering couple iron out their differences.
The judge also told the Gosselins that he realizes they want their privacy, but when they next appear in court -- on October 26th -- that hearing will be made public.
Tuesday's hearing lasted one hour, and Jon was the first to leave the courthouse.