Jon & Kate Gosselin's daughter Mady, 21, sells her used clothes online after family's reality show is canceled

Jon & Kate Gosselin's daughter Mady, 21, sells her used clothes online after family's reality show is canceled

April 26, 2022

JON and Kate Gosselin's daughter, Mady, has resorted to selling used clothes online after her family's reality show is canceled.

The 21-year-old posted photos of her clothes on Depop.

The former reality star is trying to make some money by selling her used items online.

Mady has a Depop page, where she has listed tops, bottoms, shoes, hats, and accessories.

Over 50 items have sold already and there are about 10 items still left.

The items range from $12 to $85.


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Mady shared a picture of her closet on her Instagram story.

She is a college student at Syracuse University, but it is unclear what she studies.

Her twin sister, Cara, attends Fordham University, where she studies Math and Economics and is on the rowing team.

Their reality show, Kate Plus 8, was canceled in 2017, and Mady might need some money to make it through college.

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Kate blamed her ex for the show ending because he "tarnished her reputation."


Mady has not seen her dad in eight years.

Her parents, Jon and Kate, split in 2009 and have been dealing with a nasty custody battle ever since.

Mady revealed the list of her "in and outs" for her "babes" on TikTok back in January.

She pointed out that she wanted "alone time."

For what was "out" in 2022, the former reality star mentioned "procrastination" and "harboring your feelings."

This revelation came just two months after Jon revealed on The Dr. Oz Show that he has not spoken to his twin daughters in nearly a decade.

 "I text them every single year. And every time I come here to your show or interview, I text my daughter every single time," he told Dr. Oz.


Although she hasn't spoken to her father in years, Mady is proud of her Asian heritage.

However, that was not always the case.

Back in January, she posted a throwback photo in honor of Korean American Day.

In the photo, she is smiling as she held up a doll.

The reality star mentioned the doll "reflected the way I thought I was supposed to look, instead of the way I do."

"I was hyper-aware of my ethnicity from a young age, but the transition from awareness to shame was a slow progression that I didn’t notice happening until I was much older," Mady continued.

So I want to make it known that I’m so proud to celebrate being Korean-American today. 

"I’m proud to be a part of a community that has suffered through decades of ridicule and hate in this country (only made worse in the last 2 years) but have persevered through it powerfully and gracefully," she went on.

Mady concluded her lengthy message about being able to cook up a "kick-a** kimchi," which is a traditional Korean cuisine of salted and fermented vegetables.

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Along with Cara, Mady has six other siblings- Collin, Aaden, Hannah, Leah, Alexis, and Joel.

The sextuplets are now 17 years old.

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