Jon Gosselin: There's 'no cooperation' with Kate
Jon and Kate Gosselin were married for a decade and had eight children, but now the two might as well be on separate planets.
"At this point, there is no cooperation, there is nothing," Gosselin says on Sunday's "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" episode. "There's two different totally parenting styles, two different totally everythings. Which is a shame, because it affects me, but it really affects my children."
The Gosselins had a somewhat volatile relationship on their former reality show, "Jon and Kate Plus 8," but now even that up-and-down conncetion is gone.
"I don't really have a relationship with Kate. It's more texting, custodial stuff," Gosselin says in the interview. "I wish her the best in all that she does, but [we're] just moving in totally two different directions, just totally not on the same page at all about anything."
The Gosselin parents have publicly clashed about, among other things, whether to continue to film their children for national television after the couple split.
In the interview, Jon shows that the children don't take clothing and shoes back and forth between his home and their mother's, instead having two separate wardrobes, one for each place.
"I don't really know what goes on in Kate's house, and she really doesn't know what goes on in my house," he said.
Last month, Jon Gosselin told "Entertainment Tonight" about his job waiting tables at a Pennsylvania restaurant. He had previously told VH1 that he lived "in the woods" and said he didn't even have an address.
"Oprah: Where Are They Now?" airs Nov. 3 at 10 p.m. on OWN.