Kate Gosselin Admits Physically Abusing Children in Her Journal, Says Source

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Former tabloid journalist Robert Hoffman has been exposing stunning secrets about Kate Gosselin for weeks now.

First we learned that Gosselin used her kids to become famous (a plan she apparently formulated before she even had a family or a spouse/sperm donor).

Then came reports of the awful, abusive treatment to which Gosselin subjected her children and husband, the likes of which their TLC show barely scratched the surface of.

Hoffman now says Kate forcing her kids to be on TV was just the tip of the iceberg.

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Doesn't it just make you a little bit ill? Yes, we thought so.

The author claims to have obtained excerpts from Gosselin's journal, including one 2007 entry in which the reality star writes of a "stress meltdown," during which she physically attacked son Colin.

Hoffman says it all started when Colin knocked over a chair after being punished:

"Kate said that she was instantly so SO angry that she grabbed him and spanked him as hard as she could and thought that she may seriously injure him."

"So she sent him to his crib and whipped him into it very hard."

Afterward, "Kate said that she was worried she really might lose it and was and she was glad she left him in his crib until Jon came home from work."

In case you're wondering, Colin, one of the famed sextuplets, would've been about two-and-a-half years old at the time of the incident. 

Sounds like Steve Nelid's decision to escape from Kate was definitely the right call.

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Are Kate Gosselin and Steve Neild dating? We wouldn't necessarily assume so ... but we wouldn't write off the possibility either.

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The statement by her attorney Marc Randazza to ABC News says it all ""She has as much right to this being kept private as anyone."
Kate didn't just spank them once or twice she continuously uses corporal punishment. Kate abused the dogs and was mean to anyone else that got in her way of exploiting the kids. The book is worth a read for everyone and like her attorney said, it's all true.

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