Kate Gosselin Drops Hacking, Wiretapping Suit Against Ex-Husband Jon Gosselin
Kate Gosselin opted to abandon the hacking and wiretapping lawsuit against her ex-husband Jon Gosselin – but is still pursuing millions of dollars in damages from Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled The World author Robert Hoffman.
Kate Gosselin Drops Lawsuit Against Jon Gosselin
Kate, who has eight children including a set of sextuplets with Jon, “dismissed the suit with prejudice.” Jon agreed to “dismiss with prejudice” any counterclaims, reported Radar Online. The dismissal provides a final ruling in the lawsuit involving the pair, who were married for 10 years prior to their divorce.
“Plaintiff Kate Gosselin agrees to dismiss with prejudice all claims and potential claims that she has or may have against Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin that were or could have been asserted in this case,” a motion filed in the United States District Court of Pennsylvania on Tuesday afternoon said.
“By this motion, Plaintiff Kate Gosselin is not dismissing her claims against any Defendant other than Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin.
“Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin agrees to dismiss with prejudice all counterclaims or potential counterclaims that he has or may have against Plaintiff Kate Gosselin that were or could have been asserted in this case.”
Kate Filed Lawsuit Against Jon Gosselin, Robert Hoffman
Back in August, Kate filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Jon, alleging that he helped hack into ther personal items to gain material for a tell-all book. She claimed that he hacked into her phone and computer, and stole her hard drive. Kate then suggested Jon sold the information to Hoffman, who in turn wrote How She Fooled the World.
Hoffman’s book was taken down from Amazon after Kate’s allegations about illegally obtained material were made public.
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