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More Trouble? Kate Gosselin’s Daughter Hannah, 14, Shuts Down Instagram Page Amid Custody Battle

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:45 a.m. ET

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Amid her parents nasty custody battle, Kate Gosselin’s daughter Hannah has shut down her popular, very active Instagram account, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

When the 14-year-old sextuplet started living with her father Jon this spring, separate from her mother and seven siblings, she started her own account, and posted photos with her friends and father.

In May, Jon advertised his teen daughter’s page, and told his own followers to “check it out.”

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Even just two weeks ago, she held an Instagram live from a friend’s bedroom, where the two discussed ordering pizza for dinner.

But now, the page has disappeared — could Kate have had anything to do with it?

Kate has never allowed her kids to have their own social media pages, and even blasted a fan who posed as daughter Alexis on Instagram this summer.

As Radar exclusively revealed this week in a bombshell report, Kate, 43, and Jon’s years-long custody war exploded in recent months.

According to private Pennsylvania court records viewed by Radar, a judge made a big custody ruling on April 5, 2018 that set the mom of eight into a tizzy, and she fought tooth and nail to reverse the order.

She filed an appeal to her county’s superior court in May, but it the court denied it.

A recent emergency petition for special relief and a motion for reconsideration were also shut down.

The case is still ongoing.

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The chaos coincides with Hannah’s move with Jon earlier this year. Jon recently confirmed rumors to fans, and said Hannah “permanently” lives with him on an Instagram live video.

Meanwhile, Jon and Kate’s son Collin, 14, remains in a treatment facility for what a source previously told Radar was an anger problem. He has been there for at least two years.

Will the fractured family ever be repaired? Sound off in the comments.

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