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It’s a new week, which means another court appearance by the Gosselins.
Jon Gosselin appeared in a Pennsylvania court to inform a judge that he returned the $230,000 he withdrew from a joint checking account that he shared with his estranged wife, Kate. And in true Jon fashion, he took a dig at Kate, claiming she hasn’t accounted for the $33,000 she spent in cash withdrawals.
Kate was not in court this morning, but her attorney, Cheryl Young, told Judge Arthur Tilson that the amount was small enough that she didn’t need to account for it.
"We are clearly pleased that the monies taken by Mr. Gosselin have been returned to the marital account, and we look forward to recouping additional monies taken by Mr. Gosselin at the time of the parties' private arbitration hearings,” Kate's attorney Mark Momjian said in a statement. “Despite his initial comments denying responsibility, we have established that Ms. Gosselin needed emergency relief to prevent her economic claims from being compromised.”
If you’re looking for a response from Jon’s attorney … well… he’s, uh, now without an lawyer. Attorney Charlie Meyer quit on Monday, leaving Jon to find new legal representation before his two-day conference with an arbitrator in November.
Never a dull moment with these two, even during a simple court hearing.
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