Here's my thought on this one: yes, on the one side, if he can get money in a way that doesn't further hurt the children, that is great. But for the two shows mentioned - both would require him to be gone for long periods of time. I believe Survivor films for something like 40 days and it is about that long for Amazing Race too. More than money, more than gifts, more than anything else in the world right now, what these kids need are THEIR PARENTS. Choosing a "job" that would take him away from them for over a month is a really bad idea - JMO.Originally Posted by sclilred1;3735205;
Also, since I note it hasn't yet been posted here, there was a follow up story on People.com Friday that said that Kate had complied with the order and provided all the back up the judge requested for the accounting of her $55k. There was also a report from her lawyer that said that, as of the time of the report, Jon had wired about $28k back into the account. $152k was still expected. The lawyer stated that he assumed he would get it, but as of the time of the article, the money had not been wired in yet. I haven't seen an update yet as to whether it showed up or not.
And a final note, Mark Heller is apparently not Jon's "official" attorney anymore, since he couldn't get anyone to sponsor him in PA. But, notice that he is the one who released the story about Jon paying all the money back. So the guy is not his lawyer anymore - what is he now? Jon's publicist. I have said it before and I will say it again - much of the really stupid stuff that has been publicized about Jon happened AFTER he hired Mark Heller. The smartest thing Jon could do at this point is cut this guy loose and shut his mouth!