In the latest episode of Couples Therapy, Jon Gosselin doesn’t hold back from telling his housemates exactly how he feels about ex-wife Kate Gosselin.
And it ain’t pretty!
A new clip shows the father-of-eight talking about a book he wrote about their whole ordeal, “but I’m afraid to publish it,” he says.
“It took me two years – everything that happened, my side, my emotions,” he continues.
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Last August, the 38-year-old slapped her former husband with a multi-million dollar lawsuit, accusing him of stealing her hard drive and hacking into her phone and computer to get material for a tell-all book. The charges were later dropped in November.
His housemates, including former Housewife Taylor Armstrong, are sympathetic to Jon’s story and even question Kate’s motives.
“Jon and Kate need to focus on eight,” Taylor says.
“That was my statement!” he tells the group of how he reacted to the August lawsuit. “You hate me more than you love your children.”
Jon is later seen having a phone conversation with Kate – and that’s when things take a turn for the worse.
“You don’t value me as a human or man,” the former TLC star says about Kate to the camera.
(The duo divorced in 2009 and share eight children — twin daughters Cara and Madelyn, 13, and sextuplets Aaden, Alexis, Collin, Hannah, Joel, and Leah, 9.)
Jon, who’s currently starring on season 4 of Couples Therapy with his girlfriend of two years, Liz Janetta, then loses it and goes on a full-fledged "F" word-filled rant.
He calls her “narcissistic,” and even contemplates the idea of seeking custody of some of their children.
“I think I’ll just take some of my money, and go back to court for primary custody for the ones who want to live with me,” he says to Liz, who tries to calm him down and tells the cameras she wishes she could make it all go away for him.
“And she can go out and talk about the kids anytime she wants…she can tweet and make a f---ing website dedicated to them, every mother f---ing book she’s ever put out ‘cause she wants to keep on being on television, which is never going to f---ing happen,” he says. “She can go and f---ing die.”
“There’s your honest depiction of Kate Gosselin. So f--- it. Piece of f---ing s—it,” he adds. “What a sh---y human being.”
In an explosive interview with In Touch last month, Jon revealed his plans to sue Kate for custody of their sextuplets.
“When they visit, they don’t want to leave,” he says about their younger children.
“Kate treats people like garbage, she treats her kids like garbage,” he tells the mag. “She needs a reality check.”
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