Jul 05, 2014 08:47 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert (email@example.com)
Following claims that Kate Gosselin is guilty of child abuse, a new report suggests that she recently endangered the lives of her twins. These latest allegations come after Kate announced that she takes pride in beating her children at games.
There's a reason Kate Gosselin is one of the world's most hated women-because she just works so hard at it. Not only does she frequently disparage her children and issue ridiculous ultimatums, she also allegedly takes time out of her busy schedule to endanger their lives.
At least that's the case that Radar Online makes in one of their recent articles. The popular gossip site actually published photos of Kate's children operating machinery, unaccompanied by their mother.
Not only did she let them drive, but she also allowed the kids to ride in the storage area of the vehicle. Both of these actions are extremely dangerous, as illustrated in a John Deere safety video (via Radar Online):
"Never allow the Gator to be operated by anyone younger than 16 years old. Young drivers may not be able to control the Gator...The Gator is designed for two people, the operator and one adult passenger. Never allow young children to ride in the Gator."
This isn't the only report we've seen to suggest that Kate has questionable parenting methods. The June 23 edition of In Touch printed a number of excerpts from a tell-all book written about Kate Gosselin.
The author claims to have stolen some of Kate's private diaries. According to the sketchy author, one of the most damning excerpts has to involve her use of violence against son Collin:
"I grabbed him and spanked him as hard as I could and thought I may seriously injure him, so I sent him to his crib...and whipped him into it very hard. I really REALLY lost it! I pulled Collin up by the hair and I spanked them so hard!" As for her then husband Jon Gosselin, Kate called him at work after the incident with Collin, 'I told him in so many words that I felt like I may hurt his children.'"
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