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Feb 03, 2014 08:19 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Following her twins' disastrous talk show appearance and claims that her ex-husband Jon was going to battle her for custody, Kate Gosselin was bashed by her sister. This comes after the former reality star admitted that she is going broke.
Kendra Wilbur, sister to Kate, recently sat down with The Daily Mail. The unknown family member proceeded to bash Kate and her failures as a mother (via International Business Times):
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"Kate does not speak to her family at all. It is very painful. ... The last time we saw and spoke with her it was in our church parking lot. That was years ago, I have lost track of time," Wilber told the Daily Mail. "I guess we weren't totally on board with what was going on with the kids, I guess we weren't excited enough for her and were concerned about her family."
This latest damning interview comes after Kate and two of her daughter's made a terribly awkward appearance on the Today Show. The interview was so terrible, it seems to have scarred interviewee Savannah Guthrie, who spoke about the incident to Watch What Happens Live:
"[The twins] came on and I thought the girls had something on their minds-they wanted to get it off their chests. So I was really surprised when they didn't say too much. But I kind of was sympathetic to them. It's not easy to get up on national television. This isn't something they do every day, live in the morning...I felt bad for them."
Shortly after their appearance, Jon Gosselin announced that he would be seeking full custody of their children. But considering his recent shenanigans (ie: pulling a gun on the paparazzi), it's unlikely that anyone would grant him custody.
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