We already knew Jon Gosselin was a douchebag, a womanizer and a terrible father.
Now, we've learned he's also a cry baby.
The reality TV star - who was essentially fired from the TLC series that made him famous, as it will be renamed Kate Plus 8 and focus on his ex-wife, starting next month - has taken legal action to halt production on the program.
Jon's attorney, Mark Jay Heller, sent the following letter to TLC this week, following the announcement that his client would be booted as a star of the show:
"Effective immediately, no production crews are to enter Jon's family home for any reason. In the event that anyone enters the marital property, Jon Gosselin will notify the local authorities to effectuate police action against any trespassers."
Here's the best part. Check out the actual sign on the family gate, courtesy of INFDaily.com:
Let's hope Jon's children learn grammar from their mother. This not how you spell "penalty." Or "Jonathon." [Photo: INF Daily]
Said Heller, in an attempt to defend his immature client:
"Jon realized his family was like a trainwreck, so he decided to put the brakes on the divorce and on the show... because if he didn't the family would be in a mortal accident... the victims of a trainwreck."
Note to Jon: if your family is like a trainwreck, it's because you're its self-centered, publicity-starved conductor.
Meanwhile, you've gotta read the nonsense Jon's manager, Mike Heller, is spewing.Asked by Perez Hilton if this legal action was any kind of negotiation tactic, he said:
"Jon Gosselin is the new David and TLC is the new Goliath. Jon is empowered by his new attorney to take back control of his family. Even if it means the revenue stream will be cut off. Jon's priority is family not money.
We are completely cutting ties with TLC. This is something that he has been trying to do for a while now."
That's an outright lie. All Jon has been trying to do for a while now is bang anything that moves.
For months, we've been asking who sucks more, Jon or Kate Gosselin? But that's not really a debate any longer, is it?