Kate Gosselin Custody Battle? Jon Gosselin Wants Full Custody Of Eight Kids Says Source

Is Kate Gosselin involved in a custody battle with her estranged ex-husband, Jon Gosselin?

According to Life & Style, Kate recently canceled Jon’s upcoming visits with the couple’s eight children. It has been reported that Kate went against Jon’s wishes by putting their children back on television (as previously reported by The Inquisitr Kate and her brood have already filmed a couple of TLC specials that will air in December), and now she’s doing her best to keep him away from the kids altogether. Allegedly. A source close to Jon says that he would really love to get full custody of his kids following this low blow.

“He would love to take her to court and get total custody of his kids. He doesn’t want them on TV and he doesn’t want Kate’s influence on them. He’ll do whatever it takes. Jon feels bad for them. It’s not a normal childhood. They love spending time with Jon and wish they could see him more.”

Kate Gosselin has not seen eye-to-eye with Jon Gosselin for quite a few years. While people had thought that the two tolerated each other after coming to an agreement about the care for their children, apparently there is still some turmoil between them. Of course those who can’t stand Kate believe the rumors, always thinking that she’s a terrible person and that she wants Jon to stay away from her kids because she’s a control freak. However, Kate seems to realize that her kids love their dad and really need him in their lives even if she doesn’t like him… so who knows how much of these new rumors are true?

Kate hasn’t made mention of the latest round of rumors on social media, likely because she doesn’t have time. She had been quite busy getting her kids ready to go back to school — and that has taken up a lot of time over the past several days.

Do you think Kate Gosselin wants to keep her kids away from her ex? Do you think Jon Gosselin should try and get custody of his eight kids? Sound off in the comments below.

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