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Jon Gosselin Apology: Regrets Behavior, Ready to Move On

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Jon Gosselin’s apology to his ex-wife Kate will appear in the next issue of People magazine, which is scheduled to hit newsstands this Friday (June 22) According to the publication, the estranged couple are apparently getting along now, and have attempted to put their past behind them.

Regarding the number of women he dated following the split, Gosselin appears to be remorseful. “I am sorry, because I did stuff I wouldn’t want done to me,” he explained. Gosselin also added that he accepts “his share” of the responsibility for their marriage’s collapse, stating that his passive-aggressive nature prevented him from communicating with his wife.

Although he’s considered returning to the entertainment industry on a number of occasions, the father of eight says that nothing he’s been offered thus far has been the right fit for him. According to him, some of the offers were fairly outrageous, and he didn’t want his children to think less of him for appearing on a television program just to make a few dollars.

“I used to talk to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach (Michael Jackson’s rabbi) a lot when I lived in New York,” Gosselin explained. “He said, ‘There are two things you can do with your fame – sell out or take it and use it for good.’ I didn’t grasp that at the time.”

Gosselin, who now lives in Berks County, Pennsylvania and works as the director of sales and promotions for Gameface International, is ready to get his life back in order.

Jon Gosselin Apology: Regrets Behavior, Ready to Move On
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  • Cheri

    Go Away Gosselins already. You’ll do anything to stay in the spotlight.

  • SAVE FERRIS

    Crap, them again!!!!! Cant their 15 minutes of fame be over already?

  • patrice lovelace ☆ (@patricnlove)

    I follow Jon’s Twitter. He realy is a nice guy. That’s nice he apoligizes but I think she owes him one.

    • Numb

      I can’t stand these people anymore. But this is how i see things. John was a push over and a somewhat weak person, not wanting to argue or disturb the peace. So therefore kept his mouth shut most of the time.

      I have a feeling this escalated to a point where he wouldn’t stay quiet any longer, and when Kate couldn’t control every little thing, she also became unhappy. Ergo the end of their marriage, which was built on false pretenses to begin with.

  • Angela

    I don’t think I caught that apology. Maybe I should look at it again.

  • http://www.tristategreenclean.com Matthew Marino

    I think Kate was and still is a control freak.

    You see who is dating and who is not.

    She is as nasty in person as she is on the set.

    He had no choice and needed positive attention.

    If she had any dignity which i doubt she would apologize to him.

    • Tillie

      How would you know who’s fault it was, do you know them personally or are you going on what the news says. I think that there is more to this than what you read. You shouldn’t judge someone you don’t know!

      • Gordon Lever

        His fault, her fault? The truth lies in the middle.

  • http://yahoo joe cohen

    it is the way the world go around