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An attorney for Jon Gosselin's ex-girlfriend says the ransacking of his NYC apartment was nothing more than a "huge, huge publicity stunt."

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A lawyer for Gosselin, 32, told that he returned to New York on Dec. 26 after spending Christmas in Pennsylvania with his eight children to find that his Upper West Side apartment had been burglarized.

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According to reports, a nasty note from ex Hailey Glassman was stabbed to their dresser with a butcher knife. Glassman told police she wrote the note, in which she called the reality dad a "lowlife," but tells the New York Post she did not punctuate it with the blade.

She also denies slashing his clothing, smashing his family's 100-year-old Ming-style vase or destroying his electronics.

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In a statement, her attorney, Anand Ahuja, says: "To me, it appears to be a huge publicity stunt. It appears that somebody is trying to frame my client, Hailey Glassman, because she didn't take anything from that apartment that she was not entitled to take with her. I don't see any truth in what is circling around in the media against my client."

The statement continues, "Jon told Hailey to take whatever she wanted to take, and that he was not going to come back to the apartment because he was moving."

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