Caitlyn Jenner says she’s heartbroken because she no longer speaks to the Kardashians.
The popular transgender said this while promoting her new book, The Secrets of My Life. She was in Cambridge to speak to the university union when she made the revelation.
During a candid interview in front of hundreds of students on Monday, Caitlyn said she feels “bashed up” by her feud with her former stepdaughters. She also disclosed that she hasn’t spoken to Kim Kardashian for well over a year.
Caitlyn said: “They don’t want me in their lives, they bashed me pretty badly. It’s devastating when your kids do that. It really hurt.”
Some months back, Kim hit out at Caitlyn for lying about her dad, Robert Kardashian, and OJ Simpson.
Kim said: “It says in Caitlyn’s book Robert Kardashian knew OJ Simpson was guilty but joined the defence team to get back at his remarried ex.
“It is so shady that Caitlyn came over and gave me the book and then on the phone she said, ‘Well, the final version has a few more things in it. But don’t worry, it’s nothing about you’. So she lied to me because that is about me if it’s about our dad. If you talk about my dad I will cut you. I have always had Caitlyn’s back. She is a liar. She is not a good person.”
Caitlyn insisted during the interview that her former wife, Kris Jenner was aware of her secret life during their marriage.
She said: “As far as Kris, when I met her I had to be honest. She was aware of it at the beginning, but she put some restrictions on it. I had my own little getaways where I could go be myself. She knew about it, but I just didn’t do anything around her.
“As far as us going our separate directions, it wasn’t about trans issues at all. It just didn’t work like it use to work. When Kris and I went our separate directions, I was thinking what the heck am I going to do with my life? I was never going out. I was in total isolation. Am I going to sit here and rot in this house or do something? My children knew what was going on.
“I had four or five paparazzi cars following me everywhere I went. I thought, am I going to deal for this for the rest of my life? I decided I had to do something. At one point I thought about suicide. I really kind of reached a low point. But I thought I don’t want to silence my voice.”