MADY Gosselin, Jon and Kate’s daughter, is opening up about the very emotional state she’s been in lately.
The 19-year-old, whose parents have been going through a nasty divorce and custody battle for years, revealed she “cries at least once per day.”
Mady Gosselin revealed she ‘cries at least once per day’[/caption]
Mady’s been back at her mom Kate’s house for months now, isolating, since being forced to leave her new life at Syracuse University because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Reality stars Jon and Kate got a divorce in 2009, after two decades of marriage, and they’ve been fighting over their divorce and eight kids ever since.
With everything going on, Mady recently asked her social media followers: “Why do people think saying, ‘i can’t even remember the last time i cried’ is like a bragging chip?”
The Kate Plus 8 alum then revealed: “I cry at least once per day on a good day & i’ve cried 3 times today already.”
Her parents Kate and Jon have been going through a hard custody battle and divorce for over a decade[/caption]
Mady stays with her mom Kate when she’s home from college, not her dad Jon[/caption]
The college student said hear tears often come when she’s watching online videos, not necessarily because she has “a sad life.”
She explained: “Like it’s just a normal day for me to cry once in the morning about dogs in costumes & once in the evening about a spontaneous lesbian wedding on tiktok.”
During her time in isolation, she’s been passing the time not just watching TikTok videos but creating them with her mother, as well.
She captioned one TikTok with Kate: “When you’re home for 6 months because of coronavirus and you and your mom are going to fight.”
Mady’s been keeping busy during quarantine by doing TikTok videos with her mom[/caption]
She’s been back at home since being forced home from college because of the pandemic[/caption]
In the second, Mady danced while her mom tried to replicate the moves.
The 19-year-old wrote: “Peep my mom trying to copy me but she doesn’t know the dance.”
This was Kate’s first return to social media in six months as she’s been mostly offline as her custody battle with ex-husband Jon continues.
Mady’s also been posting some Instagram selfies and call-to-actions for her followers, asking them to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
She’s been watching and creating videos on TikTok, as well as sharing selfies on Instagram[/caption]
Jon and Kate got a divorce in 2009, after 20 years of marriage[/caption]
Mady captioned a black-and-white photo of herself: “Hi from my house!:) I hope everyone who is able to is staying home as much as possible during this time.
“Just a reminder that this is what we can do to protect the vulnerable people in our communities. Stay safe & healthy.”
Meanwhile, her dad Jon, 42, is currently writing a memoir about his and Kate’s nasty divorce and custody war but is holding off on finishing it until the legal issues are more resolved.
Over the last few years, he’s won custody of Hannah and Collin, after Kate had sent the latter of whom to an inpatient facility and Jon had gotten him out of there.
Jon has custody of kids Hannah and Collin[/caption]
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Kate, who was allegedly fired from TLC last year, has legal guardianship of their other four underrage kids — Aaden, Joel, Alexis and Leah.
Mady and her twin Cara are legal adults and choose to stay with Kate when they’re home from college.