In the same episode of Dark Side of the 2000s, Jon spoke on his own relationships with Mady, Cara, Alexis, Aaden, Leah and Joel, all of whom Kate had custody of following their 2009 divorce.
“I have no access to the kids I’m estranged from,” he admitted. “I have no idea why they stopped coming. I have no answers. Like, none. It’s the worst.”
However, Kate isn’t the only family member to weigh in on the statements made in the documentary. Following the episode’s air, Mady slammed Collin for his comments about their family.
“I do not owe my allegiance to any person(s) who has physically threatened me and every member of my immediate family (some incidents as recent as last year),” she wrote in part on her Instagram Stories July 20, per People. “Further, I will never allow someone who has exhibited hateful and even violent behavior toward others based on their racial identity, gender identity, or religious beliefs to be in my life.”
In response to his daughter’s statement, Jon told People, “It took courage for Collin to sit down and speak about his past and the last thing I would have expected was more abuse to come his way from a sibling that hasn’t seen or spoken to him since he was in sixth grade.”
E! News has reached out to the manager who reps Jon as well as the manager who reps Kate, Collin, Hannah and Mady for comment but hasn’t heard back.