On August 15, reports revealed that Kate Gosselin and her ex-husband, Jon Gosselin, got into an argument over one of their daughters while standing in their orthodontist’s parking lot, according to In Touch Weekly.

As IJR previously reported, that argument eventually turned into a physical altercation when Kate reportedly grabbed one of their sextuplets, 13-year-old Hannah’s arm, and attempted to pull her out of Jon’s car.

Footage of the incident, which has not been made public, purportedly shows the teenager “violently” resisted her mother while screaming, “No! Stop, please stop! Let go of me, Mommy.”

The three-hour showdown allegedly ended with authorities escorting Kate off the property and an ambulance being called for Hannah’s arm injury.

Following the reports of the domestic dispute, Jon’s lawyer, Kristen Doleva-Lecher, told E! News that Jon is ready to “do what is right” for his family. She explained:

“It should be known Jon has been aggressively and relentlessly fighting for his kids. Jon is frustrated by recent events but will not be derailed in his efforts to do what is right.”

As E! News reported, in 2015, “Jon filed for full custody of their daughter Hannah, because as a source described, ‘She is unhappy and uncomfortable in the house with Kate Gosselin.'”

An emergency hearing that took place just four days before the altercation on August 11 gave Jon “equal” custody of Hannah.

However, Kate’s most recent photograph on her Instagram account shows Hannah looking as happy as ever:

The picture depicts a smiling Hannah posing next to a sign that reads:

We love you. Congrats, President Hannah. We are so proud of you.

According to Kate’s caption, Hannah won the election for seventh-grade class president:

So apparently, the President lives here!

The celebration came complete with flashy decor and a delicious-looking cake.

Hundreds of Kate’s followers congratulated Hannah on her big win:


It looks like Hannah is doing just fine after all the drama.

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