Jon Gosselin says he’s blocking ‘trolls’ and ‘not dealing with stupid comments’ during nasty custody battle with Kate – The Sun

JON Gosselin has put his foot down and claimed he will "block" any trolls who leave "stupid comments" on his social media pages.

The reality TV star, who is in the middle of a bitter custody battle with ex-wife Kate, took to his Instagram Stories on Thursday to share the "PSA," writing: "Those who troll my account will be blocked."


He added: "Not dealing with stupid comments anymore."

Jon and Kate Gosselin became nationally-known as the parents of eight kids on the now-canceled TLC show Jon & Kate Plus 8.

Married in 1999, the now ex-couple parted ways in 2009 as they claimed the other had been unfaithful during their relationship.

Aaden, Joel, Alexis, and Leah live with Kate, while just two of their kids, Hannah and Collin, live with Jon.




Their older twins Mady and Cara are legal adults and have decided to stay with their mom when they're home from college.

Jon has also been releasing his emotions, but he has been doing it within a memoir he is writing that will focus on his divorce and his "$1.3 million" custody battle.

While on Alec Lace’s First Class Fatherhood podcast earlier this year, Jon revealed that he "been working on a book for a long time” but isn't sure when he will release it.

He explained: “I’m not sure how I’m gonna finish it because I still have teenagers.


“I don’t know if I want to finish it after they graduate or before they graduate. So, it depends on the ending of that.”

Jon, who has been in a relationship with Colleen Conrad for six years, also touched on his up and down battle with his ex-wife.

He said: “It’s not an easy battle. I had shared custody. I lost some kids. I had joint legal, I lost legal.

"I got legal back. By the time… when Hannah was 12 years old, she wanted to live with me, so then I had to go get legal again.

"And then I got shared custody. And then, all of a sudden, now I got primary of her."

He continued: “I’ve been through nine attorneys. I’ve probably spent $1.3 million in court, back and forth with everything else.

“And then I got sole custody of Collin. Kate has no contact with him. So, there was a whole bunch of stuff that happened with him.”

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