Can't a Tom Hardy-wearing, cigarette-smoking, schlubby reality star catch a break from all the bad press once in awhile? Not a chance.
Jon Gosselin's descent into total despicability has been swift and pummeling—every day brings a new nasty revelation that his ill-equipped PR really can't spin. Most recently, Gosselin's former babysitter Stephanie Santoro revealed to RadarOnline that Jon hacked into Kate’s e-mails, text messages and online bank accounts, and set up forwards to his own accounts. When Snooping Gets Out of Control
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Jon's camp fired back with some B.S. legal lingo about how he did not illegally invade Kate’s electronic privacy.
"I spoke with him today concerning this statement made by Stephanie and he unequivocally told me that he’s never illegally invaded Kate’s electronic privacy in any way," says his attorney, Mark Heller. "He also finds it a little disappointing that Kate would give credence to an uncorroborated statement made by an individual who clearly has a motivation to tell stories about Jon that might result in financial [compensation]." Divorce Lawyers Using Fast Lane To Track Cheaters
Kate—knowing a great smear opportunity when she sees one—says she’s "disturbed" by Santoro’s allegations.
"Ms. Gosselin is carefully considering all of her legal options regarding this matter, and she will pursue them if and when the time is right," say her lawyers.
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Santoro was implicated in the Gosselin drama when, in August, while she was babysitting the kids with Jon, Kate called police when she wasn’t allowed in her home. She also claims to have had an affair with Jon. Jon Gosselin Sleeps With The Babysitter
Whatever the case is, between this recent allegation, the partying, the pot smoking, the siphoning of the family bank account and his all around douche-mobile ways, we're pretty sure Kate is going to bury Jon in the divorce.