Kate Gosselin Child Abuse Allegations Develop: She Throws Away Jon Gosselin’s Gifts He Gives To Children!

Kate Gosselin Child Abuse Allegations Develop: She Throws Away Jon Gosselin's Gifts He Gives To Children!

Kate Gosselin detests Jon Gosselin. We all know that, right? Kate’s relationship with Jon has been fraught with complications for the last few months, and it’s not just because their divorce was a mess of epic proportions. Their custody situation has been at the crux of their struggles, and both Jon and Kate have engaged in several media battles over who’s the better [or really, the least-worst] parent.

However, although both of them compete on varying degrees of pettiness, I think it’s fairly obvious that Kate has more power than Jon right now, and hence, is making life more difficult for him. For example, Radar Online has a new report stating that Kate has now taken to throwing away Jon’s gifts to their children, just in an effort to spite him.

Jon’s lawyers claimed in a October 2010 civil court filing, “Children have explained concern that they cannot safely bring any gifts, toys, pictures or stuffed animals home from Father’s house. Mother takes them away, and throws them out.”

Basically, it’s another case of he-said, she-said, but one that doesn’t seem to have any ending. In addition to accusing Kate of throwing away the gifts, Jon has also suggested that she’s physically abusing their children. Meanwhile, Kate has accused Jon of being a negative influence on the kids, and she’s even stated that she’s worried about their safety after Jon fired a gun at a photographer.

In other words, Jon Gosselin and Kate Gosselin are both terrible parents competing for Terrible Parent of the Century, and it’s a very, very close race for the title.

What do you guys think about Jon Gosselin’s and Kate Gosselin’s never-ending feud? Do you think they’ll ever fully get over their history and their petty need to ‘win’ this feud? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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