Caitlyn Jenner is finding out the hard way that campfire stories about the Kardashian-Jenner family are really something to be afraid of, after all.
Caitlyn recently opened up to her castmates on I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! about coming out as transgender to her children and stepchildren. The Olympic gold medalist also revealed that, after coming out, she has had a strained relationship with her former stepdaughter, Khloé Kardashian, who she alleged she hasn’t spoken to in five or six years.
Now it turns out that this tidbit of information, as juicy as it was, might cost Caitlyn a pretty penny in court. According to RadarOnline, the Daily Star Sunday reports that the 70-year-old reality star could be facing a massive lawsuit for exposing "family secrets" on another reality show.
According the publication, Caitlyn, along with the rest of the Kardashian-Jenners, signed a non-disclosure agreement in the early days of Keeping Up With the Kardashians designed by Kris Jenner and executive producer Ryan Seacrest to protect private family details.
This means that Caitlyn’s reveal about her and Khloe’s alleged feud could be in violation of that agreement, effectively allowing Kris and the TV executives to sue her if they wanted to.
Whether or not it will escalate to legal proceedings is unclear at this time, but apparently Khloé was "blindsided" and "hurt" by her former stepdad's story.