In the wake of two of her children getting expelled from school, Kate Gosselin went on record, discussing the situation personally for the first time with ET.
Asked if Collin and Alexis Gosselin were in fact expelled, she said, "Two of my kids, no, are being tutored at home, with a teacher who is working closely with our kindergarten teachers in school, doing the identical curriculum."
So basically ... they were kicked out.
Kate says life in the spotlight is hard for the kids.
The-recently divorced reality star says that, "All the pressure was getting to them," explaining, "You have a lot of the divorce anger mixed in with that."
"The goal is to get them back into school as soon as possible," she adds.
But will their deep-rooted rage issues and bullying tendencies subside?
Kate also discussed the rumor that her upcoming TLC show, Twist of Kate, had been canceled. Kate says that no, "We're sort of still trying to shape it [into] what it needs, what is going to be fun. So no, it's not canceled."
Fortunately for the kids, Thanksgiving came and went without incident.
"We were able to work out the holiday time peacefully," she said of splitting time with her ex-husband, Jon Gosselin. "So I had the first half, he had the second half, and, we just take it year by year, and holiday by holiday."
Kate and the kids appear on a Kate Plus Eight special Sunday on TLC.
So it goes for the diva facing financial ruin ...