Last week, Jon Gosselin shocked fans when he publicly accused is ex-wife Kate Gosselin of holding their son Collin hostage.
Jon claimed that he had no information about his son's whereabouts, and that Kate had refused to tell him where the boy was living.
“I have an idea where he is but I don't really know where he is," Jon said in an interview that aired Wednesday.
"I mean, I ask but she doesn't tell me. She doesn't answer any of my texts.”
Kate responded that Collin is just fine, and took the opportunity to throw some serious shade at Jon.
She insists that Jon is using Collin's recent behavioral issues as an excuse to call her competency as a mother into question and portray himself as the more concerned parent.
In response to Jon's threats of pursuing legal action, Kate blasted her ex in an interview on Good Morning America yesterday:
"I've lost track of how many times he's said that," Kate told GMA of Jon.
"I'm really focused less on what Jon has to say. I don't really pay attention, to be honest."
Jon has yet to respond to her latest criticism.
Instead, as promised, he's letting his lawyers do the talking:
"Jon is bound by the court order," his attorney, Kristin Doleva-Lecher recently told Us Weekly.
"Needless to say, certain comments and statements that are being made are very upsetting to Jon, but given his obligation to the court order, there is not much he can do right now."
She added that Jon is also "very upset by certain statements made to the press" and that he feels "the whole story is not being told."
Insiders believe Jon was not exaggerating when he claimed to be unaware of his son's whereabouts.
Kate insists that he's and that both parents know where Collin is - but that she's prohibited from saying anything more by court order.
“We are both court ordered not to speak about the care and custody of our children in detail, I’ve known all along where [Collin] is, but the world doesn't know, and I'll leave it at that," she told GMA.
Now, it looks as though if Jon gets his way, Kate may soon be forced to reveal what she knows in front of a judge.