Police investigating February's fatal car crash involving Bruce Jenner's SVU have turned over their findings to the Los Angeles County District Attorney this week, an insider confirmed to Radar Online.
That means charges may potentially be filed against Jenner in the same week his reality show debuts on E! Network.
Jenner's Cadillac Escalade plowed into the back of Kimberley Howe's car, sending her car careening into oncoming traffic where she collided head on with another vehicle. Howe was pronounced dead at the scene.
Jenner's lawyers are in talks with the DA's office begging them to hold off on filing charges at least until after his show premieres.
But a police source told Radar Online Jenner "did cause the death of the other motorist, Kimberly Howe," and for that, "Caitlyn has to be held accountable."
The buzz for Jenner's I Am Cait "docu-series", which premieres on E! Network on July 26, has died down significantly.
E! paid Jenner a reported $5 million to throw open the doors of his home to reality show cameras for an "unfiltered" look into his "transition" from former Olympian he-man to a 65-year-old drag queen.
Unfiltered paparazzi photos of Jenner visiting New York last week had the opposite effect on his image. The same public that fawned over Jenner's sex kitten image on the cover of Vanity Fair are now silent.
E! is quietly sending heavily Photoshopped images of Jenner dressed as his alter-ego, "Caitlyn", to the blogs, including this one.
Additionally, insiders whisper that E!'s producers are furiously re-editing the show's footage to give Jenner a more filtered (read: softer) look on camera.
The signs are everywhere that Jenner's popularity is fading. He isn't trending anymore, and his nearly 2.7 million followers on Twitter.com have all but abandoned his Twitter timeline.
It sucks to be him.
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