Kate Gosselin has primary custody of her children with ex-husband Jon Gosselin, something he is far from pleased with given her commitment to Celebrity Apprentice.
Sources close to Jon say that Steve Neild, the bodyguard once used to protect the kids, has reportedly turned into more of a boy toy for Kate these days.
He claims Kate is falling short of her duties and dumps the kids on nannies while she tapes, while she counters that this is because he doesn't step up.
Guess it boils down to which one of the nut jobs you believe.
“Jon has the kids for a few days a week. The custody schedule changes all the time, always depending on Kate’s schedule,” a source told Radar.
“Jon drops them off at the house, and the nanny takes them at the front door. He doesn’t know if Kate is around or not, and doesn’t know her shooting schedule."
"She really keeps Jon in the dark about a lot of things," the source added, "but it’s safe to say Kate was not with them last week, because Jon is.”
But according to Team Kate, that's not what's really going on.
Jon hasn’t stepped up at all while she films the reality TV show, Kate insiders claim, and Kate’s been forced to foot the expensive nanny bills out of necessity.
With money earned for the kids while filming, she adds.
“Kate actually asked Jon to help more [during] Celebrity Apprentice, but he refused. He only wanted to take them his usual one day a week,” the insider said.
“Kate has been going back and forth as much as she can ... the only reason she’s even doing Celebrity Apprentice is to make and income to help raise her kids!"
Just last weekend, the children were spotted in New York City though, presumably to visit Kate Gosselin while under the care of a team of nannies.
A passerby walking her pug in Central Park ran into the kids, giving props to Kate for being a “good mom” ... and no doubt infuriating Jon Gosselin.
"Absolutely Delightful, Vivacious, Polite & Loving children + 1 Amazing Pug. You should be proud @Kateplusmy8 #GoodMom," the woman Tweeted.
No word on how much she was paid to Tweet that.