Jon did not return for the kitten he left behind.
Jon Gosselin has been having a tough time financially according to recent reports. The former reality TV star has been having trouble making ends meet over the last few months prior to being evicted from his home.
Gosselin was said to be working at a restaurant waiting on tables for a few months until he eventually became unemployed. Shortly afterwards he was said to have been evicted from his home for non-payment of rent.
“He could no longer afford the rent,” an insider told E! News. “He has moved out and is already in a new place in the same neighborhood. 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.”
Sources said that Jon felt he was entitled to a percentage of what Kate might be making from any reality TV shows that she might be doing, since she came to her own fame by way of a show that he had a hand in making.
After Gosselin moved out his landlord Linda Eways stated that he left the house in a complete mess, and to make matters worse left a kitten there abandoned.
“I showed up to take a look at the house after Jon was supposed to have been entirely moved out, and what I found completely shocked and infuriated me. Garbage and other debris were scattered throughout the house, while white walls and doors inside bore damage from Jon’s dog. I was so frustrated by the entire situation that I had to leave and give him one more day to entirely move.”
Eways told Star that Jon did not return for the kitten he left behind.
“We called Jon and asked him about the kitten, and he seemed unconcerned, saying it belonged to his ex girlfriend Liz , who left in September. He just left her there. It broke my heart, but we adopted her.”
Eways said that Gosselin was always confident that he could come up with the rent arrears, but never quite made it.
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“Jon never came up with the money and was squatting in our home for four months. It’s a shame because we offered to make his payment plan as easy as possible. He would always laugh off any help and tell us that he had plenty of money and didn’t need a mortgage, because he could have easily paid for the house in cash.”