The 39-year-old who found fame as the father of eight on TLC’s “Jon & Kate Plus 8,” is the new cook at T. “He does a great a job but I know one thing for certain, he does donate his check every week,” Trompeter said, although he couldn’t name which organizations are receiving Gosselin’s wages.
"I love them all, but I am going to focus on the ones that want to come. I would love to co-parent, but at this point in time, I don't see it happening." Jon and Kate came to fame on the TLC series , which documented their life with their twin daughters, Cara and Mady, who were born in 2000, and sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Leah, Aaden, Collin, and Joel, who were born in 2004.
My hands are tied." Jon said on in January that it'd been three years since he'd last seen all eight children at once.
I don't want to get my kids in trouble, but she pretty much alienates me. He does this...'" Jon is allotted one night per week and every other weekend with his kids, but can only see four at a time and has no control over which ones he sees.
"Kate tells my kids a lot of stuff, and they tell me.
I know he enjoys the time he gets with them,” Trompeter said.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.
During this time Jon Gosselin co-wrote “Multiple Blessings” with then wife and writer Beth Carson.
In June of 2009 it was announced that the couple would divorce.
As Radar exclusively reported, Jon agreed to allow the kids on TV in order to avoid paying Kate any child support, although he insists he plans to seek joint custody when he can “gather the funds.” The former reality show star now watches TLC clips of in order to see his four children.