Exclusive! Kate Major Tells Hailey Glassman “I’m Sorry”

Mon, December 7, 2009 9:51pm EST by 7 Comments

Hailey, Kate wants you to know that she feels terrible about trying to take Jon Gosselin away from you!

It’s apparent that Hailey Glassman wanted to believe Jon Gosselin when he said that she was his true love and had never hooked up with former Star reporter Kate Major, but now that there’s hard evidence, she can’t ignore the hard truth anymore.

Hailey, who has now finally split from Jon, received proof of his hot hookup earlier today in court by TLC’s attorneys, according to RadarOnline. Apparently, documents that Hailey was shown in court provided her with definitive proof that the octoad had lied to her. . “I’m mind boggled and hurt by it,” Hailey said after the deposition. “And he still lies to me about it and denies it to this day.”

For her part, Kate tells HollywoodLife.com that she apologizes to Hailey.

“It’s unfortunate [Hailey] is just finding out,” Kate tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “Hopefully she’ll see what a liar Jon is. I think Hailey’s been lied to so much by [Jon’s attorney] Mark Heller. Jon used her like he used me and it’s just unfortunate we’ve all been put in this situation.”

Though Hailey got the shocking surprise in court, Kate says she tried to forewarn her about her relationship with Kate Gosselin’s ex-husband. “I tried to tell her the truth right from the beginning,” says Kate. “I have no bad comments about Hailey.”

“I’m very sorry she had to find out this way,” adds Kate. “Jon played all three of us [Hailey, Kate and former Gosselin nanny Stephanie Santoro]. It’s a very unfortunate situation and now Jon is caught in a bad position. Karma kind of caught up to him.”

Kate tells us that she wishes Hailey the best, but should Hailey accept Kate’s apology? What do you think?

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