He was heard saying to the woman, "Hey, babe! Babe! Give me my jacket!" before they both got into his car. Flashbulbs erupted and Gosselin told the woman to "get in the car!" before speeding off without even turning on the headlights.
Gosselin denies that he was involved in any untoward behavior.
"I went to Legends to speak to the owner. A friend of mine wanted to check out my car, so I let her drive it to her car," he told the magazine. "Yes, I have female friends -- but that is all she is. I'm not going to end my friendships just because I'm on TV."
The reality TV husband has been accused of cheating before. In February Gosselin, 32, was seen playing games with coeds at a college party, and at one point trying to kiss a college cutie. He told one coed at the party "he was getting divorced" and in the May issue of Ladies Home Journal he said "I always thought I would be, like, 54 years old and marry a 19-year-old or something."
He responded with vitriol to accusations that he was canoodling with coeds.
“It is certainly hurtful for people to spread rumors and lies about us. It certainly makes me reluctant to live my life like the average person would. This has made it very clear that the simplest innocent gesture -— such as taking a picture with a fan, can be taken out of context. As you can see on the show, I am not perfect, but I am a part of a loving family and couple.”
Gosselin has said he doesn’t like the attention that the reality show has garnered him.
His wife, Kate, was not in Pennsylvania during the latest late-night outing. The show’s other half, who is known for her insults and once lambasted her hubby for “breathing”, was in Washington state promoting her book, “Eight Little Faces.”