Jon Gosselin has written a tell-all book about his feelings over his failed marriage to his ex, Kate Gosselin, but an insider exclusively tells RadarOnline.com the father of eight better be prepared, because if he published the book Kate will take legal action against him.
While appearing on VH1's Couples Therapy, Jon boasted that he took two years to write a tell-all book and claimed "it's not defamatory or libelous" because it's his feelings and "no one can tell you how you feel."
"I wrote my book, I’m just afraid to publish it," Jon told his housemates.
And according to a source close to Kate, he should be afraid to publish it.
"If Jon's book is published he will have numerous lawsuits against him — and not just from his ex-wife," the insider told Radar.
"It's unfortunate that Jon cannot find peace within himself. The only time he gets press is when he's either bashing Kate or his children, which is very saddening for the little Gosselins. Kate has moved on from Jon and his antics. At this point she wishes he would be a father to their eight children, instead of selling stories to the tabloids about them."
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Jon gave an interview to a tabloid magazine this week further discussing the tell-all book, acknowledging that Kate "will flip."
"It's sad that Jon pays ZERO child support and barely sees the children or talks to them, and the kids are old enough now that they acknowledge that and are aware of it," the source added.
"He makes a career off selling sorties to the tabloids about his eight beautiful children."
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