Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Kate 1, Haters 0: Kate Gosselin Strikes Back: Author Who Criticized Her Has All Posts Wiped Off The Web!


RADARONLINE: One of Kate Gosselin's fiercest critics has just received a hard lesson that the reality star does not forgive or forget those who attack her.
Robert Hoffman, author of the stinging e-book Kate Gosselin How She Fooled the World, got a big surprise Monday afternoon: all of the posts on his anti-Kate web site are gone!

"I honestly don't know anything yet (about the situation)," Hoffman told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview, adding that he was "waiting for an explanation." (The posts were removed at some point between Monday morning and late afternoon.)
Hoffman had previously been silenced by two top law firms who succeeded in getting Amazon to remove his e-book from sale. The book contains reams of material found on Kate's computer hard drive, which Hoffman told Radar he obtained from her trash.

In recent weeks, he has charged that she has been physically violent toward her children, detailed her seemingly endless quest for free products, accused her of using her children to achieve personal fame, stated flat out that Jon Gosselin — his friend — is the better parent, and admitted to calling Child Protective Services on the mom of eight. Now all of the material on his web site has been removed and Hoffman tells Radar, "…it would appear that the lawyers are at it again."

He revealed he received this message at the top of his account page: "We have received a DMCA complaint for one or more of your blogs. Emails with the details were sent to you and all affected posts have been reset to "Draft" status (you may find them by selecting "Drafts" on the "Edit posts" page for each of the affected blogs). You may re-publish the posts with the offending content and/or link(s) removed. If you believe you have the rights to post this content, you can file a counter-claim with us."
Hoffman says he never received any emails from Google or any other entity. The email directed him to Google's policy on removing content. The prestigious Washington, D.C. law firm of Williams & Connolly has represented TLC's parent company Discovery in the legal fray over the e-book and the top-not LA firm Lavely & Singer also teamed up against Hoffman and is believed to be representing Kate. It seems that one of the firms went around Hoffman -- after putting him on notice -- and succeeded in having his material officially removed for now.

The last post Hoffman put up was about spending a night with Jon, his children and his girlfriend and extolled his parenting skills with a scathing comparison to Kate’s. Hoffman claims he has more damaging info on Kate that he will release at a later date. But for now at least, it appears that Kate has succeeded in wiping him off the web.

Kate Gosselin live tweets her favorite 'Dancing with the Stars' moments

EXAMINER.COM: Former Dancing with the Stars contestant and reality television personality Kate Gosselin wasn't holding onto any sour grapes on Monday night when she live journaled her commentary about the show via Twitter.
Kate appeared on the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars in 2010. Kate and her dancing partner Tony Dovolani were eliminated in the fifth week. She wasn't asked to appear on this season's All Stars show however. In early August, Kate wrote a piece on CouponCabin about this season's Dancing with the Stars All Stars. She recalled feeling nervous and out of place on the show. Kate also praised Pamela Anderson for returning to the All Stars edition this yearKate described Pamela as "so talented", suggesting the pair became friends during the season they were on together. She wrote about how she and Pamela bonded over motherhood.Kate did not mention the snub in not being asked participate in the All Stars cast however.
Kate's friend Pamela Anderson was the first to get kicked off this season's All Stars. Monday night Kate seemed to put all of that behind her, as she described sitting next to her children to watch Dancing with the Stars All Stars while she live-tweeted her reactions.
Kate tweeted early into the show, "Watching #DWTS with 2 major fans...Mady&Cara! :) Wow! I'm so impressed with All Stars season!You ALL rock!"
Kate also said that Mady was the most happy sitting next to her mom, watching her favorite show. She said that Mady and Cara were "most fond of Shawn and Derek, but it's sooo hard to choose!"
Kate also said that Mady called DWTS judge Len Goodman, "old."
Kate tweeted, "Mady: (in response to lens comment 'that was the bees knees') 'aw I love when old people say stuff like that!' LOL!"
Kate ended the night by gushing on Shawn. For her last DWTS tweet of the evening, Kate tweeted, "Okay, Shawn that dance was just seriously ridiculously amazing! Loved it! (and ignore Len!) #DWTS."