Kate Gosselin also uses the r-word, among another things, according to a new tell-all book by author Robert Hoffman. The book discloses some of Kate’s more unflattering moments. Apparently, the email was forwarded by her husband Jon.
“On December 31, 2006, Jon forwarded Kate an email that he had received the day before from the coordinator of something called the ‘MOST’ forum. (MOST stands for Mothers of Supertwins.) The forum coordinator, ‘Patti T,’ asked Jon if he would post something to introduce himself and his family on the forum. It is not clear why Patti T’s email annoyed Kate, but her curt response to Jon about it is offensive. Kate said, ‘These people are retarded!’”
In response, the Special Olympics gave out their general statement about the issue, saying:
“We’re always saddened and disappointed when we hear people using the R-word. We encourage people to go to R-word.org and take the pledge. It’s important because it’s respect toward everyone.”
The book goes on to reveal shocking “secrets” about Jon and Kate Gosselin’s life together, and exists to expose the mother for being a nasty person who fakes her way through many things for the sake of her career and money.
Kate has not commented about the R-word controversy online, but she has retweeted words of support from fans on her Twitter page.
Gosselin is also under scrutiny, as there were also reports that she forced her children to take family vacations with her in order to improve the ratings of their reality show. In a report, Gosselin supposedly forced her daughter Mady to go on a trip to Alaska with former Governor Sarah Palin.
Hoffman wrote about the incident in his book. “She absolutely did not want to go away for more filming and especially not as far away as Alaska. I know this because I went to Kate’s house that night with Jon to pick up Mady, and I heard the discussion between Jon and Kate-through the intercom at the gate.”
It is not the first time Hoffman revealed Gosselin’s emails. In a former revelation, Hoffman revealed a letter she wrote to the State of Pennsylvania wherein she pleaded for free childcare aid for her “disabled” children.
By the way, the r-word should never be used, even if you’re a reality star like Kate Gosselin. It’s very offensive and Kate (of all people) should be already know that as a mother. Hopefully, since that happened back in 2006, she has learned her lesson and no longer uses that awful term.