Kate Gosselin’s Plans To Profit Off Her Kids

Kate Gosselin's Plans To Profit Off Her Kids

Kate Gosselin has shown that she will do anything to make more money and that includes using her children whenever and however she can.

According to the The National Enquirer‘s, print edition, November 7, 2011

Money-hungry mom Kate Gosselin plans to enroll her eight kids in singing and acting classes, and then, after they sharpen their talents, move to Los Angeles, the Enquirer has learned.

“Kate’s ultimate goal is to get her kids into the entertainment business and manage their careers,” an insider told The Enquirer. “She’s looking into acting, singing and dancing classes near the family’s home in Pennsylvania. She wants to get the kids started in commercials by next year…”

Kate believes that she can be the mother of all stage moms, making big bucks by managing the kids’ careers, although she has yet to convince her ex-hubby, said the source.

“Jon’s been very outspoken about wanting to keep the children off TV,” the insider said.

“But Kate has slowly been talking him into it by promising to keep the spotlight off the kids’ personal lives. If she gets her way, the whole family will be Hollywood bound by next year!”

Let’s all hope that Kate’s children are able to quickly legally divorce her – gain emancipation from the money hungry bit**h – just like Macaulay Culkin did.

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Comments

  1. Daniella says

    Yikes.
    Though you have to take into account that this is the National Enquirer you’re talking about. Not exactly the most trustworthy source… I have hope.

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