Jon Gosselin


Jon Gosselin is going through a rough patch right now.

The former reality star was recently booted from his home, multiple sources tell E! News, after he wasn't able to make payments on the property.

"It's true. The eviction happened last week. He could no longer afford the rent. He has moved out and is already in a new place in the same neighborhood," one insider shared with us.

"The job at the credit card company he was working for didn't pan out. The anticipated income wasn't there and the situation deteriorated."

Another source close to the situation explained that the move has taken a toll on his time with his eight kids.

"The saddest part of it is he now has nowhere to take the kids. He's not allowed at the house, so he was taking them to his old apartment. But the new one is too small for eight children. It's heartbreaking."

And as if matters weren't already bad enough, even those closest to Gosselin haven't been able to help him out of his current slump.

"Jon has asked friends for help, but no one wants to lend him money because they don't see how he'd be able to pay it back."

According to sources at Star magazine, the father of six "agreed to the terms of a rent-to-own lease agreement for the $299,000 property" but he "broke the lease, thinking he could just rent the property after agreeing to the rent-to-own contractual agreement."

Meanwhile, in an interview with E! News over the summer, Kate Gosselin explained that she solely puts her family in the spotlight as a means to support their lives.

"Hear me very clearly, if there was another way to singly support eight children, you would not know this name and I would be on an island, and so would they. You would never hear from us again."

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