Yesterday RadarOnLine.com posted a photo of Kate Gosselin and Steve Neild accompanied by an article entitled Kate Gosselin & Her Silver Fox Bodyguard Dine In New Zealand. In the article they stated that they were having a “swanky” dinner. That word is open to interpretation to the reader and I am not sure exactly what they were saying when they used “swanky.”
One thing I am sure of is that it was meant to suggest that Kate Gosselin and Steve Neild were having some type of intimate romantic dinner. The article went on to discuss Mr. Neild’s marital status and previous accusations made by Jon Gosselin that Kate and Steve were having an affair. I will give RadarOnLine credit because the picture and accompanying article did what it was intended to and created quite a stir among the non fan community and garnered over 600 comments on that thread alone. Many used this as evidence that “the affair” was real.
Of course almost anyone else that saw that photo and were not driven by “Kate hate” noticed right away that there were two little Gosselin children sitting in chairs right next to Kate. Not very romantic if you ask me.
This week TMZ reported that Kate Gosselin was asking for Jon Gosselin to be held in contempt of court because he is allegedly violating the judge’s custody order. It was interesting to me that RadarOnLine did not pick this story up. Especially since almost every other online site that normally reports on the Gosselins did including The Huffington Post.
I am wondering if Radar is posting stories such as the one of Kate and Steve out to dinner to please a specific person that might be assisting them in their quest to be the “go to” site with all things Gosselin (besides the fact that it works the non fans up into a frenzy and drives them to comment)? I am also wondering if Radar is not posting certain stories because they do not want to upset someone? Someone that might be the source feeding them storylines? Possibly someone that is a “pretty government worker?” I do have one piece of advice for whoever is Radar’s source d jour….. be careful for the tabloids are neither loyal or faithful to just one source.