Kate Gosselin’s kids are acting out at school and suffering major consequences. In Touch reports that two of her eight children aren’t allowed to go back to their Pennsylvania private school.
This is very sad, but not terribly surprising. Last week we reported that one of Kate and Jon Gosselin‘s sextuplets had been suspended from school for fighting. Now In Touch magazine is reporting that all of the Gosselin kids (twins Cara and Mady, 10, and 6-year-old sextuplets Hannah, Aaden, Leah, Joel, Collin and Alexis) are starting to have serious behavioral problems. The magazine reports that two of the 6-year-old sextuplets Collin and Alexis have been expelled from their private school in Pennsylvania and are now being homeschooled!
“They’ve fought with their peers, called them nasty names and made fun of other kids,” a source close to the family tells the In Touch. It seems that some of the kids have started using rather colorful language, much to the surprise of their father, Jon. “The things they are saying are not words they should know. They are learning them somewhere — but Jon doesn’t know where.”
Any parent of school-age children will tell you that they learn a lot more than just reading and math once they step on the school bus, but still it’s upsetting to hear that the kids are cursing!
According to the Gosselin family insider, a few of the famous eight are having “rage issues” since filming began on their newest reality show for TLC Kate Plus 8. “There have been problems with anger management,” says the source, who is quick to point out that their 35-year-old mom seems oblivious to her children’s bad behavior. “The show is her biggest priority. If the kids are unhappy, she doesn’t let that stop her.” That’s interesting! Remember yesterday when we told you about how Eric Roberts thinks Kate needs anger management classes? Apparently, he’s on to something!
If that’s true, then shame on Kate. Considering that Jon went wild right after their split last year, I’m shocked that he’s currently acting like the more protective parent. What do you think, HollyMoms?