Kate Gosselin Tells Her Eight Little Gosselins They Won't Go To Heaven! Oh No!

Mon, November 22, 2010 5:22pm EDT by 4 Comments

Courtesy of TLC

Is Kate overstressing since two of her sextuplets were expelled from their private school?  She reportedly told them Jesus doesn’t love them!

Kate Gosselin might need a reality check! The reality star and mom-of-eight is furious that two of her 6-year-old sextuplets, Alexis and Collin were expelled from their private school for misbehaving, but should she really threaten them? Kate, who currently stars on TLC’s Kate Plus 8, reportedly told her kids “they wouldn’t get into heaven and Jesus doesn’t love bad people,” a source tells Us Weekly.

We told you before that Kate threatened the kids that they would be sent away like Shoka and Nala, their dogs that were returned to their breeder — although Shoka has since returned to the family. Don’t you think Kate is being too intense? Will threats help her children overcome their emotional issues?

Kate has an upcoming Kate Plus 8 special set to air Nov. 28 at 9 PM and in a commercial she talks about post-divorce anger — we wonder how much of her ranting will be exposed!

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CommonSense

Posted at 2:10 PM on December 22, 2010  

Well I know where Kate will be going and it won’t be heaven. Save the 8 from evil Kate!!!

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Christi Emerson

Posted at 8:49 PM on November 22, 2010  

No one should tell their kids that they will not go to heaven. The kids will grow up thinking that they are not good enough for people to love them. This could cause lifelong problems because of lack of self-esteem.

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Zilly

Posted at 7:49 PM on November 22, 2010  

I can’t wait to see these kids in 20 years!!

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val

Posted at 8:25 PM on November 22, 2010  

oh yeah! – they’ll each have biographies about mommie dearest!

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