The 38-year-old reality-star-turned-DJ vented about his visitation arrangement on a Steve Harvey Show episode scheduled to air Monday. Gosselin and Kate Gosselin, who divorced in 2009, share eight kids who primarily live with their mom.
"I see my kids [once] every week ... and then I have them every other weekend," Gosselin explained. "Most of the time, I get four [at once]. I haven't seen all of my kids together in about three years. I only get what I get ... whoever comes down the driveway, that's who I get."
"I'm not privy to any information," he said. "I don't know who I'm going to get. We don't co-parent. There's no co-parenting. She parents, I parent. I would love to co-parent, but at this point in time, I don't see it happening ... [Kate and I] don't talk, no. Zero. We talk in court."
"I haven't seen my son in a year and a half," the star claimed. "I don't know why. I can't talk to him. [I'm not given a reason], nothing, zero. It's like stop gap, stop gap, stop gap. It's very frustrating. I'm more frustrated than angry."
The former couple are parents to 14-year-old twins Cara and Madelyn and 11-year-old sextuplets Aaden, Alexis, Collin, Hannah, Joel and Leah. Kate Gosselin has yet to respond to her ex-husband's complaints, although a source told People, "As always, Kate has no desire to comment on Jon's life or his choices."
Gosselin starred on TLC reality series Kate Plus 8 prior to his divorce, and subsequently pursued a career as a DJ. The star is presently dating longtime friend Colleen Conrad, and denied celebrating Kate Gosselin's reported breakup in September.