Kate Gosselin's kids' expulsion from school will not be on upcoming 'Kate Plus 8'
Though two of Kate Gosselin's 6-year-old sextuplets were expelled from school recently, the family drama won't be any part of the upcoming "Kate Plus 8" Halloween special, a TLC representative tells later The Hollywood Reporter.
The show's upcoming Halloween special airs on November 28. It was reported on Friday that Collin and Alexis, two of Gosselin's eight children, were expelled from a private school in Pennsylvania.
The two children are now being homeschooled. People magazine quoted a source close to the situation as saying, that reports of alleged fighting and bullying are "grossly overstated".
Gosselin and her children, twins Cara and Mady and sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Leah, Aaden, Collin and Joel, rose to fame with the TLC reality show "Jon & Kate Plus 8", which featured her then-husband Jon. The show was canceled in 2009 following the couple's divorce and spurred a spinoff, "Kate Plus 8".
Gosselin and the children are set to appear on "Sarah Palin's Alaska", a travel series hosted by the Republican former vice presidential candidate that is scheduled to premiere on November 14 on TLC.