<p><span></span><strong>Jon Gosselin</strong> has a strange way of saying he's sorry. Less than 24 hours after publicly apologizing to his estranged wife, <strong>Kate</strong>, for his immature behavior since the couple's June split, he took his most shocking and vicious swipe at her yet -- by allegedly draining the couple's joint bank account.<br />
The move capped off what had already been a scandalous week in the drama-filled divorce proceedings of Jon and Kate. On Sept. 29, TLC, the network that produces Jon & Kate Plus 8, essentially fired Jon, announcing that the series would be renamed Kate Plus 8, with Jon assuming a much smaller role. Two days later, Jon sent the network a cease and desist letter, prohibiting it from filming the estranged couple's eight kids.
Appearing on Larry King Live that same day, Jon claimed he was motivated by peace -- not profit. "I don't want them to film anymore. I don't think it's healthy for them," he said. He added that off-camera time would also give him and Kate time to repair their relationship. "I want [us] to mediate," he explained. "I want us to become friends."
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Photo Credit: Courtesy of TLC
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