Kris Jenner Excludes Caitlyn Jenner From KUWTK Deal And Cait Is Furious
Kris Jenner has excluded Caitlyn Jenner from the $150 million contract that she signed to keep the series Keeping Up With The Kardashians on the air through 2019. Cait is furious, according to In Touch Weekly.
According to an insider for the outlet, Kris doesn’t care that Caitlyn is angry over being kept out.
Kris still hasn’t forgotten about how her former husband treated her and the rest of the Kardashians.
Kim Kardashian also came to her mom’s defense, saying that she can’t spend time with someone who continues to talk negatively about her mother.
Caitlyn Jenner’s 2016 memoir, The Secrets of My Life, is another issue. In the book, she wrote about her marriage to Kris in a negative manner.
'She never paid a bill from 1972,' Kris told Kim in a past episode of KUWTK.
'She didn’t know how much a gardener was, and in the book writes: ‘Well, Kris didn’t need me anymore. All the checks for Keeping Up with the Kardashians, they all went to Kris.’ Went to Kris?! How about it went to the mortgage, and the insurance, and education?'
'You start talking about how I was hoarding money when we didn’t even have it?' she added, fuming.
Kris also brought up the way that Caitlyn lied about her marriage to her second wife, Linda Thompson.
'I said to Cait: ‘You were married before, how did you and your last wife break up?’ And she weaves this elaborate story about how she and Linda broke up,' she said.
'Cait could have told me the story that she writes about in the book, which is: ‘Gee, Linda got so angry and nasty that Cait had to tell her about her gender dysphoria.’ Like, why wouldn’t you have just told me what happened with Linda so at least I could make my own decision if I wanted to get married to someone who wanted to be a woman?'
Despite their neverending feud, Caitlyn and Kris had to face each other again for Kendall Jenner’s 22nd birthday . The former couple was invited to attend their Kendall’s birthday celebration at the West Hollywood restaurant Pettite on November 2.