Jon Gosselin's Lawyer Says Hailey Glassman "Is Going to Jail"

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Dec. 28 2009, Published 3:23 p.m. ET

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As the investigation continues into the robbery of Jon Gosselin's NYC apartment, the reality star's lawyer is speaking out. "Hailey Glassman is going to jail. It's as simple as that," Jon's attorney Mark Heller told

New York Police obtained a security tape from the building, and the only person who has a key to the father of eight's apartment is Hailey, Heller told RadarOnline.

"The building security tape will not lie and the evidence will speak for itself," Heller told

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Heller felt compelled to speak out after Hailey's lawyer told RadarOnline that the situation seemed like a "publicity stunt."

He believes the security video holds the proof revealing Jon's former girlfriend trashed his apartment Saturday taking his Plasma TV along with her.

Heller also told RadarOnline that former Jon's favorite Louis Vuitton shoes were shredded with a knife and a Ming vase that was in Jon's family for 100 years was shattered.

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Police have gathered fingerprint evidence from the knife and the handwritten note, Heller told RadarOnline.

According to one source, Hailey has admitted to writing the note which labeled Jon as a "cheater," and had a knife jammed through it.

Hailey moved out of her ex-boyfriend's Upper West Side apartment last week, right before the mysterious burglary took place on Saturday morning.

The former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star found his apartment in shambles by the intruder.

The apartment was under both Jon and Hailey's names.


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