Caitlyn Jenner Not Planning to Sue Disney Despite Reacting to Elon Musk's Legal Support Offer
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The former 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star recently slammed the Mouse House on X for firing her after her family's reality TV show switched from E! to Hulu.

AceShowbiz - Caitlyn Jenner's tweet against Disney apparently is all bark and no bite. According to a new report, the former Olympian has no intention to sue the company with Elon Musk's support after being excluded from Hulu's "The Kardashians".

A source told TMZ that the reason why the reality star replied under Elon's post on X, formerly known as Twitter, was simply to shine a light on her experience with the Mouse House. In the said tweet, the X CEO offered legal support for those who experienced discrimination by the studio.

"If you were discriminated against by Disney or its subsidiaries (ABC, ESPN, Marvel, etc), just reply to this post to receive legal support," the tech mogul wrote earlier this week. To that, Caitlyn replied, "Hulu (Disney subsidiary) never put me on my family’s show - I had been on since day 1- when it switched from E!" referring to the Kardashians-Jenners' first TV show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians".

Caitlyn, who shares daughter Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner with ex-wife Kris Jenner, further noted in a separate tweet, "I wonder if that's why they fired me from my family's reality show when it switched over to Hulu (Disney), from E! must not be woke enough. Too bad… I remember when Bob Iger was a young, hard working, valet, carrying my bags, for me right after I won the Olympics."

While Caitlyn skipped taking legal actions against Disney, "The Mandalorian" alum Gina Carano went forward with hers with the help of Elon. The actress sued the company and Lucasfilm in federal court in California on Tuesday, February 6, accusing them of firing her from the Disney+ series for voicing right-wing opinions on social media.

"A short time ago in a galaxy not so far away, Defendants made it clear that only one orthodoxy in thought, speech, or action was acceptable in their empire, and that those who dared to question or failed to fully comply would not be tolerated," read the lawsuit. "And so it was with Carano."

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