The network claimed it lost more than ,000 as a result of his alleged breach of their contract.Gosselin's attorney responded that the contract was null and void once TLC renamed the show Kate Plus 8, and that in any event the contract is unenforceable because it was signed while Gosselin had no legal representation.Now, Gosselin has revealed more details about the gig in an interview with the New York Post’s Page Six. In addition to pursuing exotic dancing, Gosselin has also worked as a promoter, DJ, and line cook at T. Speaking with reporter Derick Bryson Taylor, the former reality-TV star and ex-husband of Kate Gosselin says that he is approaching the performance seriously, losing 25 pounds before the show thanks to his girlfriend, Colleen Conrad, who is a nurse practitioner. I lost 25 pounds — for my health, too” Gosselin told Page Six. On May 10, 2004, Kate gave birth to sextuplets: sons Aaden, Collin, and Joel, and daughters Alexis, Hannah, and Leah.The sextuplets were born 10 weeks premature, which is common in cases of multiple births.They received local media coverage until the sextuplets were 17 months old, when Discovery Health offered the couple a reality series chronicling the lives of their family.The Discovery Health special, called Surviving Sextuplets and Twins, first aired in September 2005.
Hershey Medical Center, the same hospital where Kate would later give birth to her sextuplets.
Gosselin graduated from the Reading Hospital and Medical Center School of Nursing under their diploma program.
After graduation, she worked as a registered nurse in labor and delivery at The Reading Hospital and Medical Center.
It is reported that Charlene Kreider was 17 at the time of Kate’s birth.
Kate is the second oldest of five children: Christen Largent; Kendra Wilber; Clairissa Kreider; and Kevin Kreider.