Lafair owns Creative Energy Options in White Haven, which provides leadership training and counseling. Lafair sued Gosselin in district court after Gosselin allegedly refused to pay her $10,400 for marriage counseling in 2009. Gosselin argued that her ex-husband, Jon, made the deal to have Lafair fly to Los Angeles to provide counseling.
Lafair testified in district court in Freeland in May, that Gosselin made a verbal agreement and asked her to come out to Los Angeles. Gosselin testified in Freeland that she made no such agreement and that it was her ex-husband who made the deal. Judge Gerald Feissner ruled in favor of Lafair and ordered Gosselin to pay the bill.
Gosselin apealed to Luzerne County court, where in essence the case starts over with another hearing. But that will not happen with Lafair's decision to end the case.
"I don't want the media frenzy that goes along with this level of celebrity. I don't want to feed her need for media attention," said Lafair. "I don't want to waste taxpayer money for things like exra security for a hearing."
Gosselin and her now ex-husband, Jon, came to fame with their TV show "Jon and Kate Plus 8.