Oh boy. Jon Gosselin was recently evicted from his home in rural Pennsylvania, a source confirms to Us Weekly, after he was unable to maintain payments to rent the property.
"It's true," an insider tells Us. "He was evicted last week and has been in the process of moving out."
Gosselin, 37, was working for a credit card company, but that job didn't work out as planned. "It lasted a few months," the source says, adding: "Now, he's broke again." The insider claimed that much of Gosselin's financial woes come from making poor decisions. Read more about Jon's troubles.
The former reality star's humbling lifestyle changes follow his September 2013 revelation that he was working as a waiter at a local restaurant in Beckersville, Penn. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the father of eight said it has been "next to nearly impossible to find work" since his TLC family reality show came to an end in 2011.
Gosselin's latest snag in life affects his eight kids — twins Cara and Mady, 14, and 10-year-old sextuplets, Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah, and Joel — who live with their mother Kate Gosselin, but still see their father. "He can see his kids," the source says. "But they can't stay over because he has nowhere to put them."
The former TLC reality star patriarch last appeared on VH1's Couples Therapy with his now ex-girlfriend of two years, Liz Jannetta. "He and his girlfriend broke up a month or two ago," the insider tells Us. "She moved."
On Couples Therapy, Gosselin slammed his "narcissistic" ex-wife in one memorable episode where he said, "She can go and f---ing die." (The former spouses, who rose to fame on America's beloved show Jon & Kate Plus 8, went through a public and bitter divorce in 2009.)
As exclusively reported by Us, Jon was not pleased with Kate's decision to put the family back in the spotlight in TLC's Kate Plus 8 special, which aired this past June. Kate, 39, however, told Us this past March that her kids were "extremely excited" to film again and "cheered like crazy" when they heard they would return to reality TV.