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Tuesday, 22 October 2013

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Kate is 38, but she has the body of a 28-year-old woman. (Photo provided by Rico Chorizo).

READING, Pennsylvania - The former star of two reality shows Jon and Kate Plus 8 and Kate Plus 8, has confided to David Letterman that she is having some financial problems.

Kate told Letterman that he has no idea how quick 8 kids can go through a whole lot of money especially with the girls all wanting designer jeans, designer blouses, and even designer underwear.

Gosselin said that the boys could give a rat's ass. All they care about is making sure that their shirts don't have Sponge Bob Square Pants on them.

Kate admitted to David that things have gotten so bad that she has resorted to sewing holes in her bras where before she would just simply toss the brassiere in the trash can.

She also noted that she is washing paper plates whenever possible. Kate sadly said that they did have to give away the kids' pet flamingo, their pet ostrich, and their pet hippo.

Gosselin, who at the age of 38, has the body of a 28-year-old shyly told Letterman that due to her financial situation she is considering posing in a nude layout for Playguy Magazine.

SIDENOTE: Kate's ex-boyfriend Steven Tyler offered to write her a check for $10,000, but Kate said that she wants nothing from the big lipped man who dumped her.

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