Or is there another, possibility more salacious reason? Supposedly, Gina Downie Neild, Steve's wife, issued her husband a tough ultimatum that inspired his departure."[Gina] told him his time with Kate as her bodyguard was making the family miserable and that he had to make a choice," the source claimed.
"Gina used every trick in the book to keep Steve from straying — and it worked! We're pretty skeptical about this report, but given all the nasty tabloid attention, it's probably best that Gosselin and Neild parted ways. It all came to light when a fan tweeted a selfie with Gosselin that supposedly showed Neild in the background.It's important to note, however, that TLC hosted the event, so it's possible Neild was there as a guest of the company.stars Jon and Kate Gosselin split in 2009, their romantic lives went in completely opposite directions.While Jon went on to date a series of women (including Michael Lohan's ex, Kate Major), Kate put the brakes on dating because she was busy raising eight kids.It's not every day that Bravo and TLC stars publicly feud, after all.
Contrary to what some people might think, Steve Neild appears to be a family man who loves his wife, Gina Downie Neild, and the couple's two sons.
That being said, Moore might be bitter about how Kate handled being firing on : "It should have been Kenya [Moore]." Shots fired, y'all.
No matter who is in the right here, the whole thing is pretty entertaining.
Not many reality stars (besides the Kardashians, of course) have bodyguards, so we were a bit confused when Kate hired Neild in 2009.
But while the move seemed a little extra, it's important to note that Kate received a lot of hate back in the day, including "threats." Neild elaborated on these threats in TLC special, stating (via ): "I've had threats left in her mailbox, threats left on the front doorstep — so there's a lot of stuff that members of the public don't know.
Don't run away from us.' They keep saying, We're fine, we're fine.' But they have paparazzi in front of their house.