James McGiney, the anti-bullying activist says that he will prove Jon Gosselin is behind the anti-Kate new book by Robert Hoffman.
But that has not deterred Hoffman, Kate’s most ardent critic, who is fighting back.
“I find it odd that an anti-bullying advocate would jump feet first into an ‘op’ to defend a 40-year-old multi-millionaire former C-list reality TV star who exploits her children for profit, without first doing simple research on the case at hand, and without contacting me for evidence of my accusations before calling me a nasty name,” Robert tells Naughty But Nice Rob.
“I think when the activist group Anonymous gets involved with an ‘op,’ they at least know the facts of what they’re fighting for and whom they’re fighting against. I became aware of them and became a big fan after what they did in Steubenville, OH recently.”
“Obviously this is nothing more than a joint venture between Kate Gosselin and the bully guy to get publicity for his web site and her.”
“He also apparently gave me an ultimatum to apologize to Kate Gosselin within 24 hours, or… what I don’t know. I didn’t learn about that one until somebody texted me a day later. I had a great laugh of course.”
“And he managed to make a connection between Jon Gosselin and myself, which again, anyone with any knowledge of this story knows, has been known for a year now and was explained in great detail in the first chapter of my book, which I would think as a hacker, he would find no trouble getting his hands on. There are digital copies of it everywhere.”
“So Kate enlisted the help of a foul-mouth hacker to help her to destroy what was left of her ‘brand.’ Nice work.”
Hoffman adds that he took a lie detector test dealing with the acquisition of and the possible altering of Kate Gosselin’s journal, as well as questions about Jon Gosselin’s involvement in the yet to be release book.
Hoffman also responds to the newly revealed texted – that were said proved he was working with Kate’s ex Jon.
“In October of 2009, where the fake texts say that Jon got me the ‘hard drive,’ I was working for US weekly and Jon didn’t trust me as far as he could throw me. He and I were nowhere near close enough on October 14, 2009 that he would trust me with something like that. Not even close. The last thing he would have done is give me access to Kate’s ‘hard drive’ which was also his ‘hard drive.’ They shared a computer back then. He trusted nobody, especially somebody working for US Weekly, the tabloid that started this whole mess.”
“In October of 2009, if I had the information that I had found in April of 2010, I could have and would have sold said information to the tabloids for more than $100, 000 or more total for everything that’s on there and gotten myself out of financial trouble. That was at a time when a single photo of Kate spanking her daughter in the yard sold for $70,000. The Gosselin story was HUGE in the tabloids in 2009. At the very least I would have given the information to US Weekly to keep myself working the Gosselin beat, as they rotate new reporters to the job if the reporting falls off. I needed that job at the time and would have given anything to break a big story like that.”
“Holding that information for three years until it was absolutely financially worthless and then releasing it in an online self-published book whose proceeds would be donated to charity?
I couldn’t give that information away in 2012.”
“Here’s the exact wording I used in the book: Kate’s journal was found by me while combing through documents and computer discs and files that she threw in the trash, the day after she threw Jon out of the apartment above the garage for good.”