The explosive Kate Gosselin tell-all book that resulted in multiple lawsuits is being put back on the market this summer, according to a new report.
Kate dropped her lawsuit against Robert Hoffman, who wrote Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World, The Rise and Fall of a Reality TV Queen, in 2013.
She alleged that Hoffman, with Jon Gosselin's help, stole her computer and sued them both for hacking and wiretapping, among other things.
Get ready to go “INSIDE KATE GOSSELIN’S HOUSE OF HORRORS,” the author’s site touts. “Conspiracy. Massive Coverup. Lawsuits and Legal Threats."
"Exploitation. Fraud. Abuse. Animal Cruelty. Lies. Read The Book that two of the most powerful law firms in the country have tried to stop from being published.”
Hopefully Hoffman can use more than two-word sentences. But we're intrigued.
“Kate knew this might be coming. She feels if the book gets published again and stays published, it’s still defamatory to have behind her name,” a sources says.
“It’s fiction. A former tabloid reporter doesn’t have first hand knowledge of anything. Only someone who lived in the house would have true knowledge."
"Robert Hoffman did not live at the Gosselin home.”
As for someone who did? The source claims Kate’s ex-husband, Jon Gosselin, knew about the re-release of the book because he’s friends with Hoffman.
“Jon wants alimony and he told Kate he would stop the book from being published if she gave him alimony. She of course refused,” the source said.
Jon is believed to have given up all say in whether his kids appear on TV in exchange for not having to pay child support in a secret deal with Kate.
“As of now, Jon doesn’t have much so he uses his kids publicly and pretends like he wants them off TV, but he just wants alimony,” the source continued.
“Meanwhile, Kate and the kids are happy filming and able to afford all the necessities of raising eight kids; food, bills, clothes, education, athletics, etc.”