Caitlyn Jenner Slammed by Khloe for Starring in Docuseries Bashing the Kardashians
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Khloe Kardashian admits she was 'hurt' by Caitlyn Jenner's involvement in 'House of Kardashian', a docuseries focusing on the infamous Kardashian/Jenner family.

AceShowbiz - The premiere of "The Kardashians" season 5 featured an in-depth discussion about Caitlyn Jenner's decision to participate in the Sky News docuseries "House of Kardashian." This decision has left her former family - Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and others - baffled and disappointed.

During an episode that started streaming on Thursday, May 23, Scott Disick brought up Caitlyn's involvement in the documentary, saying, "Have you not seen that bulls**t she's doing right now?"

Khloe Kardashian, 39, referred to the documentary in a confessional, adding, "There is this new documentary about our family, and apparently whoever has been calling people that have either once been in our lives or are in our lives to do the documentary. No one has really agreed to do it except for Caitlyn."

Caitlyn Jenner married Kris Jenner in 1991, becoming a parental figure to Kris' four children: Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloe, and Rob Kardashian. The couple expanded their family with daughters Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner.

The family's dynamics took a significant turn when Caitlyn and Kris announced their separation in 2013, and Caitlyn publicly came out as transgender in 2015, the same year their divorce was finalized. Tensions heightened following the release of Caitlyn's tell-all book, "The Secrets of My Life," in 2017.

In the latest episode, Khloe expressed her ongoing discomfort and hurt over Caitlyn's involvement in the docuseries. "Caitlyn is completely free to do whatever she wants," she acknowledged. However, she added, "I do find it strange that she would agree to do a documentary that I would imagine isn't trying to paint us in the most beautiful light. I just know she wouldn't like that about her. This was my dad for 24 years and it hurts me too."

Kim Kardashian, 43, offered a contrasting sentiment, not appearing as aggrieved by Caitlyn's actions. "I got so many text messages saying, 'Doesn't that hurt your feelings what your stepdad says about you?' It honestly doesn't," she shared. "I had such a great stepdad who raised me so none of those things that are said - even if twisted - are going to make me think differently of the life I had."

Caitlyn defended her involvement during press for the documentary, saying in a statement, "I was happy to participate in the interview process to share my side which points to the strength, influence, and prowess my family has in captivating the world's attention and keeping it over the years."

She further clarified on X/Twitter, "I hate to see the press lying about my role in the new documentary on Sky saying I spilled all the family tea. It's such BS. I spoke so highly of all of my family - and yes that includes Kris."

The ongoing discourse during "The Kardashians" highlights the strained relationships within the famous family, brought to light by Caitlyn's participation in a documentary that many believe exposes the family's private matters. New episodes of "The Kardashians" air every Thursday on Hulu and Disney+.

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