Report: Jon Gosselin Asked Judge To Stop Kate From Taking Kids To Australia

Jon Gosselin made a desperate attempt to stop his ex-wife Kate’s trip to Australia with their eight kids — and even went to court over it — but a judge ruled that she could make the excursion because it was work related, has exclusively learned.

The decision to allow the trip was made following a secret closed door hearing at Berks County Court in Pennsylvania earlier this month by the same judge that allowed Kate to film her spin-off reality TV show ‘Kate Plus 8’ on the TLC network, despite objections by Jon.

A source told “It was another slap in the face for Jon because he did not want the kids to go to Australia.

“But the judge ruled that because it was for work it was okay. Jon had plans to get together with his kids and friends for New Year, but now he will not see them until they return in the middle of January.

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“He was scheduled to have them this weekend, but there was nothing he could do as the decision was taken out of his hands.

“Kate told Jon about the trip, and when he did not agree it was decided that the judge should intervene and the ruling went in her favor.

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“He is trying to put a brave face on it and has explained the situation to his own family and friends, but obviously not being with his kids for New Year is a big disappointment for him.

“But they all respect him for trying to stand-up to Kate and for fighting for what he thinks is right for his kids too.”

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The trip is being paid for by TLC and the party will also visit New Zealand. During the excursion they will shoot footage for future episodes of ‘Kate Plus 8.’


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