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It Gets Worse! Jon Slams Ex Kate’s Attempt To Collect $132K From Him In Court

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Jon Gosselin is furious over his ex-wife Kate’s attempt to collect over $132,000 from him in court! broke the news that Kate filed a lawsuit against Jon in March 2018, claiming that he owes her $132,875.

Now, in court documents exclusively obtained by, Jon called Kate’s request “an inappropriate amount” of money.

As previously reported, Kate claimed her ex-husband owes her money because he breached an alleged “agreement” between the exes. However, Jon’s attorneys pointed out in paperwork that Kate did “not provide any proof of the language of that agreement,” court docs stated.

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In his latest response to the lawsuit on May 8, Jon explained that he believed the judgment has to do with “child support arrears” that would be owed to Kate if he “filed a petition to modify custody” of the kids. Neither Jon nor Kate’s filings make it clear whether or not any changes have been made to their pre-existing custody agreement.


Jon’s attorneys requested the court to strike the judgment from $132,875 down to zero dollars.

Kate Gosselin

Additionally, Jon claimed Kate’s request “prejudices the welfare and is against the best interest of the minor children.”

As readers know, Jon and his daughter, Hannah have been posting photos and videos together within the last month. The father-daughter duo have fueled rumors that Hannah ditched Kate and moved in with Jon.

Most recently, Jon posted a selfie with Hannah announcing that “school is almost over.”

Jon also recently celebrated his “missing” son Collin’s birthday with him last month.

In 2016, the notoriously critical Kate accused Jon of acting inappropriately with Hannah in a shocking police report. Jon denied the claims.

Could Kate’s lawsuit be an act of retaliation for Hannah spending time with her dad? Let us know in the comments!

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