Kate Hudson's estranged father and Goldie Hawn's ex-husband, Bill Hudson, is totally selling out his family in his new tell-all book, "2 Versions: The Other Side of Fame and Family."
The book will be released on November 1, but RadarOnline got an advanced copy of the novel and says that it includes some less-than-friendly digs at Kate Hudson.
Bill Hudson calls Kate Hudson a "spoiled brat."
While she seems like a happy-go-lucky flower child type who marries musicians and names her kids after search engines, Bill Hudson would beg to differ.
In the book Bill writes, "I love Kate, but...She has done stuff which is just awful. She is a spoiled brat in my eyes and at the end of the day, she should meet her little sister. I should meet my grandchild and she should help her grandmother."
Or he could not whore out his family to make a quick buck? Just a thought.
He claims that Kate hasn't contacted her sick grandmother who is battling Alzheimer's. "Kate doesn't have to talk to me and she doesn't have to give her a dime of her millions. All I want is for her to call and say, 'Hi grandma,' before it's too late," says Bill.
The books publisher promises that the tell-all will be full of secrets and gossip about both Goldie and Kate's lives.
Whether or not you want to believe Bill Hudson, he sure says some mean things about his own daughter.
He told Radar Online earlier this year that Kate refuses to meet her step sister, "But let's face it, Kate has a four-year-old step-sister who she doesn't even want to see. How sick is that."
I hope this isn't true, because if it is, I am NOT renting "Bride Wars" for the umpteenth time.
"After their divorce, Bill found himself in the middle of the controversial issue of parental alienation. His rights as a father to see his children were often played out in the media because Oliver and Kate became actors themselves."
The Oliver he speaks of, is Kate's brother Oliver Hudson who is also an actor.
Bill Hudson divorced Goldie when the kids were young so Goldie's life partner Kurt Russell ultimately raised both Kate and Oliver.
The website for his book claims, "His book also talks about how parents can often become alienated from their children when they don't have primary custody. Hopefully, at some point, this family will be able to have a healthy adult relationship before it's too late."
So much drama, I'd rather read this book than watch an episode of Real Housewives. Just kidding, reading if never more fun than watching TV, who am I kidding?