EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENT: Kate Gosselin Sued For Not Paying Marriage Counselor -- Read The Complaint
Reality mom Kate Gosselin is being sued for allegedly not paying more than $10,000 in marriage counseling fees, and RadarOnline.com can exclusively show you the complaint.
EXCLUSIVE DOCMENT: Kate Gosselin Unpaid Marriage Counseling - Read The Complaint
The complaint was filed at Freeland District Court in Pennsylvania before Judge Gerald Feissner on March 28, 2011, by a company called Creative Energy Options, which is based in White Haven.
The filing is for a total of $10,476 and states: "Unpaid balance due for services 2/4/09 to 3/23/09. Client requested Dr. Sylvia Lafair fly to Los Angeles California to perform marriage counseling then refused to pay for travel fees."
Dr. Lafair confirmed to RadarOnline.com on Thursday that the suit had been filed, but she would not comment on any specifics regarding the counseling which took place with Kate.
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Kate and Jon Gosselin’s marriage played out on the Jon and Kate Plus 8 reality show before the couple got divorced in Dec 2009 after ten year of marriage. Kate now has her own reality show Kate Plus 8.
The company runs a variety of services including the Country Place Retreat and Conference Center in White Haven.
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