Jon Gosselin has complied with a court order to return $230,000 he withdrew over the past several months to a joint account he shares with estranged wife Kate.
Over the weekend, Kate's lawyer, Mark Momjian, claimed he had not fully replenished their shared account, which he raided, claiming he thought it was payday.
Momjian claimed Jon still owed $152,000. Well, he doesn't, and amazingly, the check he wrote to cover that amount cleared without bouncing. We lost that bet.
Gosselin appeared in Montgomery County court in Pennsylvania Monday. Jon and Mark Heller, his New York-based attorney, criticized his wife for not appearing.
"We have all the representation we need," Heller said outside the court.
"All we need is Kate's participation and for Kate to stop crying on TV."
BURN! Someone also needs to get her to ditch the mullet. Just saying.
We've gotta get these two out of court and into a cage.
In addition to calling out his wife for pulling a no-show, Jon said he is "optimistic" about the proceedings, and that Kate still has not explained how she spent $33,000 in recent cash withdrawals from their joint funds.
He's also accused the grating one of hiding book royalties and other assets.
Judge Arthur Tilson, however, said both are in compliance and left further arrangements to an arbitrator ... who was supposed to resolve this in the first place.
A two-day conference with the arbitrator is scheduled for November.
Whose side are you on?