Kate Gosselin's ex-husband Jon Gosselin has reportedly been evicted from his rental home. The former Jon and Kate Plus Eight star has already managed to find a new rental, however, and it's reportedly in the same neighborhood as the home from which he was evicted. Has that man no shame?
"It's true. The eviction happened last week. He could no longer afford the rent. He has moved out and is already in a new place in the same neighborhood," a source tells E!. "The job at the credit card company he was working for didn't pan out. The anticipated income wasn't there and the situation deteriorated."
Another source says it's making things very difficult for Jon with regard to spending time with his eight children. It seems Kate Gosselin won't allow him to hang out with their kids at her home and his new place is really small.
"The saddest part of it is he now has nowhere to take the kids. He's not allowed at the house, so he was taking them to his old apartment. But the new one is too small for eight children. It's heartbreaking," the source says.
Jon Gosselin can't even get any friends to help him out financially, as they are quite certain he won't ever be able to pay back the money. Jon doesn't have a great track record when it comes to keeping a job. From working at a landscaping company to waiting tables and now the working at the credit card company--there's a definite pattern here. No matter what he does for work, it never works out--but it's never his fault.
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That doesn't stop him from dissing Kate Gosselin when she puts the kids on TV either.
"Hear me very clearly, if there was another way to singly support eight children, you would not know this name and I would be on an island, and so would they. You would never hear from us again," Kate Gosselin said during an interview this summer.
She made it quite clear that she only puts her kids in the spotlight as a means of supporting them and their lifestyles.
Jon Gosselin should learn from Kate--only on a much smaller scale. If he could simply keep a job--most any job, in fact--he would likely be able to afford to pay his rent.