Kate Gosselin filed a motion yesterday dismissing with prejudice ex-husband Jon Gosselin from her multi-million dollar lawsuit alleging illegal access to her computer and personal information.
The suit filed by Kate in August accused Jon of wiretapping, computer hacking, identity theft and invasion of privacy after they had separated. She believed that Jon then provided this illegally obtained information to his friend and business partner, Robert Hoffman. Hoffman then used the findings as the source material for his book, “Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled the World.”
Although Jon has been dropped from the lawsuit, Kate will soldier on against Hoffman. The papers filed yesterday in the United States District Court of Pennsylvania and obtained by Radar read in part:
“Plaintiff Kate Gosselin agrees to dismiss with prejudice all claims and potential claims that she has or may have against Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin that were or could have been asserted in this case. By this motion, Plaintiff Kate Gosselin is not dismissing her claims against any Defendant other than Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin. Defendant Jonathan K. Gosselin agrees to dismiss with prejudice all counterclaims or potential counterclaims that he has or may have against Plaintiff Kate Gosselin that were or could have been asserted in this case.”
Dismissal with prejudice is considered a final judgment.
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