Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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No offense to the fine people at KQMV Seattle, but we don't think a stint on a morning radio show will fit into her schedule. Four years in a foreign prison means she has a lot to catch up on.
Local radio station MOVIN 92.5 is offering newly freed and exonerated Amanda Knox the opportunity to come and work for them for one week. The station released a statement, offering to pay Amanda to help with her "legal fees" and insisting that it would be a great platform for her to have her story heard in her community. The request reads:
"We’re glad you’re free AMANDA and look forward to welcoming you home!" PD MAYNARD said. "We believed in you all along, so much so, that we would like to extend an offer of $10,000 to you to come host our morning show for one week with BROOKE & JUBAL in the morning! We would all love to hear what you have to say and maybe help a little with the legal bills. Once again, welcome home!"
We think Brooke and Jubal are just fine on their own.
Sweet of you to offer, but we think she'll get more money selling her story to Barbara Walters or Diane Sawyer and more so, would like this time to, we don't know, acclimate to not living behind bars any more!
Girl is free now. Let's give her some space to enjoy it.
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