Former Olympian-turned-cross-dresser Bruce Jenner, who calls himself "Caitlyn", was paid a whopping $5 million by E! Network to appear in his reality TV show, I Am Cait.
“It’s the biggest paycheck ever given by E! for a solo reality show, and Caitlyn’s agent was relentless in getting her the huge payday,” an insider told Radaronline.com.
The insider said talks initially broke down between Jenner's agent and the network. The network only wanted to pay Jenner $2 million. But then those boudoir photos of the infamous Vanity Fair magazine cover were released.
Only in America can a 65-year-old confused man be celebrated for wearing a corset and lipstick on the cover of a magazine.
It's even worse when you consider the cover was shot just weeks after Jenner killed an innocent woman. Does anyone even remember the victim's name? It's Kimberly Howe.
That $5 million will come in handy. In addition to the lawsuit filed by Howe's stepchildren, Jenner was hit with another lawsuit -- this time by the driver of the Prius that was rear ended by Jenner's Cadillac Escalade on February 7 in Malibu. Jenner's Escalade pushed the Prius into Howe's car.
Jessica Steindorff, the Plaintiff, filed the lawsuit against Bruce Jenner, aka, Caitlyn Jenner” The 'aka' is important because Jenner is still legally Bruce.
Jenner has yet to be charged with vehicular homicide.
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