Jon Gosselin Vents On Twitter: Will Have Guilt The Rest Of His Life

by | October 16, 2010 at 4:18 PM | Jon & Kate Plus 8, Kate Gosselin, Kate Plus 8, RealityTV, TV News

Jon Gosselin leaving the Montgomery County Courthouse after a divorce hearing on October 26, 2009 in Norristown, Pennsylvania.  (William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Jon Gosselin leaving the Montgomery County Courthouse after a divorce hearing on October 26, 2009 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. (William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)


Poor Jon Gosselin. He’s angry. He’s frustrated. He’s feeling guilty. And apparently the other day it all became too much to keep inside and he blew. The reason? As Jon himself revealed on Twitter, he was in court on October 13, trying to win a ruling that would prohibit his children with ex-wife Kate Gosselin from appearing on television, like the recent show ‘Kate Plus 8.’ He reportedly argued that they were suffering emotional and behavior problems from a lack of privacy.

However, he lost – and afterward, he vented on Twitter. “The judge respectfully denied my plea, and granted filming rights to their mother,” he Tweeted. Kate’s lawyer claimed his tweetburst violated a court order to keep quiet, according to Radaronline. Of course, he said much more. Here’s all the drama and details that Jon wanted you to know:

“As you may or may not be aware, I have been working for some time to remove my children from television. I do not believe being on TV is beneficial to any of them. They are no longer toddlers that are oblivious to what is going on around them. They are now six and ten, in school and desperately in need of a normal life.

“Each of them has experienced negative effects of having their lives so public. Some are struggling with emotional and/or behavioral issues. My goal for my children is for them to have a normal childhood, and gain back their much deserved privacy. This is not about money, this is about my children. No amount of money is worth the price my children are paying. You cannot put a price on childhood. Money comes and goes, but you only have one childhood.


“For those questions about money and support, I can say I am supporting my children to the best of my ability. All parties involved know the truth about this. I am and have been actively seeking employment. I have been barred from accepting entertainment deals that would generate income for my family due to contractual obligations. I am also actively looking for a job outside of the entertainment industry and so far, have not secured a position. In the mean time, I have been focusing on spending time with my children and providing a safe, stable, normal and private environment for them!

“On October 13, 2010, I went to court to act in the best interest of my children- to remove them from television. The judge respectfully denied my plea, and granted filming rights to their mother. I honor the judge’s decision, but I do not support it. I will not stop fighting to remove my children from television. It is not a child’s job to support themselves, or a lifestyle, they need to be kids. I would like to apologize to my friends, family, and especially my children for not taking a stand earlier in my life and not questioning my decisions to have our lives documented and displayed. I will have to answer to my children for the rest of my life. I will have to live with this guilt the rest of my life. I am truly sorry!”

What do you think? Is this really about the kids? Or is it about something Jon’s going through? Looking back at their divorce a year later, what do you think?