Hailey Glassman's attorney says his client has nothing to do with the robbery and vandalism happening in Jon Gosselin's apartment, stating she was framed.
Returning from Pennsylvania after spending Christmas with his eight children, Jon Gosselin went home to the Big Apple only to find that his apartment has been robbed and vandalized. He quickly reached out to his lawyer Mark Jay Heller and filed a complaint to police who then interviewed his ex-girlfriend Hailey Glassman concerning that matter.
Hailey, who actually wasn't mentioned as a suspect in the legal document, was questioned by the cops after they found out the burglar has left a note with Hailey's name on it. The note reportedly was struck by a knife inside Jon's wooden dresser and whoever wrote it called him a "cheater."
When she was questioned by the police on Saturday evening, December 26, Hayley was accompanied by her attorney Stephanie Ovadia and her associate Anand Ahuja. The cops then came back the next day, this time to meet with her parents. "After speaking with Hailey, the police wanted to talk to her parents," Anand told Radar Online.
To Gossip Cop, Anand denied Hailey's involvement in the break-in. "It looks like she's being framed," he said. "My client didn't take anything away that she was legally not entitled to take from there." In the meantime, the New York Police Department refused to make comment on that matter, reasoning that investigation is still on-going.
The burglary itself has left Jon Gosselin, who has just got his divorce from Kate Gosselin finalized earlier this month, "horrified, disheartened and saddened." Mark told the press that Jon's "furniture, clothing and personal belongings were slashed with a butcher knife by a very troubled and sick perpetrator." Moreover, his television, CD player, coffee maker, a Nintendo Wii game and dishes, pots and pans were also stolen.
"The greatest damage from this vicious, mean spirited and heartless crime was perpetrated not on Jon's property and possessions, but on Jon Gosselin himself, who experienced a traumatic, emotional, roller coast ride having just shared a joyful family gathering with his children during their Christmas," Mark added.