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Jon Gosselin Claims ‘Disgusting’ Ex Kate Is Living Off Their Kids’ Money

Jon Gosselin alleged in an explosive interview that his ex-wife, Kate Gosselin, has been living off their children’s money. “It’s disgusting and it’s morally wrong,” the Jon & Kate Plus Eight patriarch, 45, told The Sun on Thursday, August 18. “Parents are not supposed to withdraw any money from these accounts without permission and without drawing up paperwork that they will pay
Updated August 18, 2022 1:04 PM
Hallmark Teases It’s Not ‘Finished’ With ‘Good Witch’ Franchise, More

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Hallmark Teases It’s Not ‘Finished’ With ‘Good Witch’ Franchise, More

Feel-good films for all! After decades of being the ruler of holiday movies, Hallmark Channel found itself competing for Christmas viewership at the hands of Great American Media. When former CEO of Hallmark Media (Hallmark Channel’s parent company) Bill Abbott acquired GAC Media, originally Great American Country, in June 2021, the landscape of cheerful seasonal
Updated August 18, 2022 1:03 PM

The court in northeastern Liaoning province announced that it had given Robert Lloyd Schellenberg the death penalty after rejecting his plea of innocence and convicting him of being an accessory to drug smuggling. It gave no indication that the penalty could be commuted, but Schellenberg's fate could become intertwined in diplomatic negotiations over China's demand for the top executive's release. Read more here: http://qa1.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/article14037106.html#storylink=cpy The court in northeastern Liaoning province announced that it had given Robert Lloyd Schellenberg the death penalty after rejecting his plea of innocence and convicting him of being an accessory to drug smuggling. It gave no indication that the penalty could be commuted, but Schellenberg's fate could become intertwined in diplomatic negotiations over China's demand for the top executive's release. Read more here: http://qa1.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/article14037106.html#storylink=cpy