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And everybody had a great time and they’re going to come back next week. Now I’m just showing people naturally that I’m good person.”Things with Kate aren’t great Today marks seven years since Jon and Kate filed for divorce, and all this time later, their relationship is nonexistent.That’s the whole point.”Besides, not everyone tries to start trouble with him. “I didn’t have a connection for a long time,” he says. Meaning they know me [from Jon & Kate Plus 8], but now they get to know me and talk to me as a real person.”‘I know all the s*** people talk about me’Jon doesn’t live in a bubble. While he gets a weekly dinner night with the kids per their custody arrangement and has them stay over every other weekend, he only gets four of the eight at a time and has no control over who he sees. Whoever comes through that gate or gets off that [school] bus is who I get.It was a random idea, but the Jon & Kate Plus 8 dad is a DJ now, and it was prom season. It means I’m not traveling a lot.” However, “I make more money booking than I do DJ’ing. “It’s the longest job I’ve had after the divorce, and it’s all mine,” he says. “Because I don’t want a camera following me around,” he notes, adding, before he was asked, “And I will never film my kids again. Never ever.” And he’s excited — almost giddy — about the new venture. While he likes the fact that “you run the party; you’re in charge,” he admits that “some people are douchebags and try to start s*** with me.An hour later, however, we had talked about so much more than his post-reality TV career path, including his kids (one of whom he hasn’t seen in a year and a half), his ex-wife (today marks seven years since they filed for divorce, and the ice hasn’t thawed), his current relationship (which has its troubles), and even tabloid fixtures from the post-Jon & Kate Plus 8 era (remember Hailey Glassman? The recovering reality star, who resides in his hometown of Wyomissing, Pa., gave up everything in June 2009 when he walked away from his unhappy marriage and the lucrative show that documented it all only to then be sued by TLC, the network that aired the hit show, for breach of contract. I don’t have to behave.” DJ Jon Gosselin at your service First things first: his career. Not an entertainment DJ, like the guy that won’t shut up during a bar mitzvah, and not a club DJ, like Calvin Harris, but a maître d’DJ. “I don’t do the club.”) And, yes, he DJ’ed his nephew’s prom last month and “crushed” it. I have security, so it’s like, ‘Hey, buddy, have a nice life.’ It happened a few weeks ago.He’s fully aware of what people say about him — from those now out-of-date Ed Hardy jokes to suggestions that he’s a deadbeat dad.“I know everything that’s going on. I know the haters, the lovers, the team this, the team that,” he says. “Because I was sworn to secrecy by TLC through my injunction, I had no voice,” explains Jon, whose divorce was tabloid fodder to the max. Because of that, he hasn’t seen Collin — one of the 12-year-old sextuplets — in a year and a half.“I can’t do anything,” he sighs. Trust me.”He continues, “Now all the secrets are coming out because I’m not afraid to say anything. And Collin is homeschooled, so he doesn’t get off a bus.”Jon says he’s just trying to make the best of the less-than-ideal situation. “I love them all, but I am going to focus on the ones that want to come.
Because you know they made money, I made money, and everybody made money. You can’t run from who you are and how people see you.And pay all the court fees in the hopes that you’ll get something out of it. Unless you can arbitrate out of it and have a working relationship with the other parent, you’re going to spend a lot of money.”And there’s no working relationship.