Kate Gosselin + Kendra Wilkinson Swap Lives, Children, Remaining Self-Respect
Reporter and author Robert Hoffman has some sort of beef with marginally-recognizable reality star and occasional mom Kate Gosselin. Mainly because she allowed former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson to watch her eight children with the limited supervision of an entire television crew.
Hoffman's latest source of ire stems from Gosselin leaving her kids for a week to go off and film a new television show entitled 'Mom Swap,' which is probably exactly like 'Wife Swap' minus the necessity for a husband and with the added bonus of Z-list celebrities.
He claims, “The Gosselin children were scared and very confused, having no idea who their new mom-for-a-week was, or why they were left alone with her to be filmed by strangers.”
He explains that they were only told the busty stranger was on 'Dancing With the Stars' like their mom and under no circumstances were they to mention the strange replacement or her enormous breasts “to anyone at school or anywhere else.”
Sounds more like a kidnapping than a reality show.
“I’m not sure how much more psychological damage Kate can do to these poor children, but she sure looks like she’s willing to sink to new depths to get her face back on television,” Hoffman wrote to finish up his most recent and scathing internet rant.
It should be noted that Hoffman is friends with noted douche (and Kate's ex) Jon Gosselin, and previously wrote an e-book entitled 'Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World,' which lasted a whopping two days on Amazon before being pulled for legal reasons.
He once told Radar Online that he has "Kate’s personal journal, emails, contracts, tax returns and more, all gathered from computer hard drives he retrieved from her trash," and that his "evidence" proves Kate is a lousy mother. Like anyone needed to dig through her trash to figure that out.
Now he spends his time insulting Kate on his blog because he clearly has nothing better to do with his time than harass the former wife of his Ed Hardy-wearing compatriot. Nice work if you can get it.