– Advertisement – “I think the kids need to talk,” Jon says in Us Weekly‘s exclusive sneak peek. “I mean, I’m giving them the outlet of, ‘If you want to talk to the public because you’re public [people], you have every opportunity to do these things.’”Jon Gosselin MediaPunch/ShutterstockEarlier this year, the Berks County Children & Youth Services in Pennsylvania began an investigation after Collin alleged that his father had caused “bodily injury to a child through recent act/failure to act: hitting/punching.” The CYS report didn’t explicitly name Jon as the abuser, but Collin addressed the incident at the time in a since-deleted Instagram post.“My dad is a liar,” the teenager wrote in September. “Yesterday he beat me up and thought nothing of it, he punched me in the face and gave me a swollen nose and I started bleeding. He then continued to kick me in the ribs after I was on the floor. He is a liar.”- Advertisement – District Attorney John Adams told Us in a statement at the time that “there was no citation or charges filed as a result of the incident,” and that they were only made aware of the one allegation.Jon Gosselin and Dr. Oz Sony Pictures TelevisionJon shares eight children with ex-wife Kate, 45, from whom he split in 2009. Collin is one of the pair’s sextuplets, along with siblings Aaden, Joel, Alexis, Hannah and Leah. The former couple also shares twin daughters, Cara and Madelyn, now 20. At the time, a rep for the DJ denied Collin’s claims — but Kate alleged that her ex-husband was a “violent and abusive person.”Following her statement, Jon told Entertainment Tonight in September that Kate was “making false accusations about things that never occurred.” Now, he thinks “an intervention” from their kids is the only way her and Kate could ever get along.- Advertisement – “I have no idea if they’ll reach out in that way,” Jon tells Dr. Oz. “I’ve let that in their court and I’m just focused on the two that are living with me because there’s so much going on with therapies and work and COVID and everything else.”The Dr. Oz Show airs on Fox weekdays at 1 p.m. ET.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! What’s their side of the story? Jon Gosselin thinks his other children should speak out amid allegations that he physically abused 16-year-old son Collin Gosselin.Gosselin, 43, discusses his recent drama with Collin and ex-wife Kate Gosselin during an emotional appearance on The Dr. Oz Show, airing Tuesday, November 10. During the episode, the Jon & Kate Plus 8 alum opens up about whether he feels his family will ever truly heal.- Advertisement –
eFootball.Pro and Sportradar have entered a partnership which will see Sportradar as “Official International Media Rights Distribution Partner”. eFootball.Pro will see a new esports competition launch together with KONAMI and is spearheaded by F.C. Barcelona’s Gerard Piqué. The multi-year deal between Sportradar and eFootball.Pro will see the former be the exclusive agency commercialising the live media rights for the new league’s matches, as well as distributing matchday previews and analysis, highlights, news, interviews, reports and other audiovisual content to provide the public with everything they need to know and understand about the new league. In addition, Sportradar will be in charge of production across all the content, including all the LAN matches. The details of the league and teams involved are yet to be announced but the release teases that offline matches will be played by “top-notch teams”. eFootball.Pro’s Managing Director Javier Alonso commented: “We trust in the quality of the contents produced by Sportradar and its expertise to distribute them. We hope that we together will lay the foundations of the football esports’ future and bring the spectators a unique and exciting product”. Sportradar’s Director Media Rights Giuseppe Sampino added: “This league already has all the ingredients in place to ensure that it takes the world by storm. With the likes of Piqué involved as President and Founder, Sportradar are delighted to bring our pedigree in the international sports media space together with our existing esports credentials to the table. Fans as well as industry observers will be watching with keen interest as this league launches, flourishes and excites, and we cannot wait to be part of that evolution”. It’s the latest addition in a growing portfolio of esports deals for Sportradar, who add this to deals with PvPRO, Fortuna and ESL. The company will also be responsible for the distribution of “other esports events” that Esports Media Rights (“EMR”), the owner of eFootball.Pro organise. The release teases that EMR competitions will go beyond football esports, and details will be revealed soon.Esports Insider says: Big congratulations to our friends at Sportradar on another rights deal. This one with Gerard Piqué and co. Is it bad that we’re most intrigued by the tournaments “beyond football esports”? Exciting times ahead, undoubtedly.