Caitlyn Jenner will pay an $800,000 settlement to multiple members of the family involved in her February 2015 car accident on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
Caitlyn Jenner has announced that she would “seriously look at a run” to be the next president of the United States and “will come after” Donald Trump, following the celebrity billionaire’s appointment to office last year. “My loyalties are not with Donald Trump,” she said at the 92nd Street Y community center in New York City Tuesday. The Olympic gold medalist told a crowd that she is considering where she could be more effective for the American people and whether she should work on the inside of government or continue work on her foundation.
The latest episode of Caitlyn Jenner’s docu-series ‘I Am Cait’ saw the reality star and former Olympian left shaken after she came under fire from angry transgender protestors who accused Caitlyn of not being a true representation of the trans community. In the episode, Caitlyn was speaking at a charity launch when protesters, who have their faces covered, shouted: “Caitlyn Jenner you are an insult to all trans people, you don’t represent us. The protesters became more and more agitated, ranting: “Caitlyn Jenner get away from us! We don’t get jobs, we don’t get any money.
After giving a powerful speech at the EPSYs, which impacted audiences’ worldwide; Caitlyn Jenner has now stepped up to address the escalating issue of transgender teenage suicides in a new blog post titled ‘One Tremendous Problem’. “It’s not because trans people are somehow inherently unstable — it’s because we live in a world that makes it very, very difficult to be trans,” Jenner said. Copyright This particular blog post is dedicated to the mother of transgender teenager Kyler Prescott, who tragically took his own life earlier this summer. She describes Kyler, who appeared in the premiere of her show, I Am Cait, as “a 14-year-old trans boy who not only dealt with trans issues, but also suffered from severe depression.