Kris Jenner is out to ''destroy'' her estranged husband Bruce's life, by spreading rumours of him being a cross-dresser, according to his first wife.
Kris Jenner is out to ''destroy'' her estranged husband Bruce's life, according to his first wife.
The reality TV matriarch officially split from the former Olympic gold medallist in October and his first wife, Chrystie Scott, claims she is spreading rumours of him cross-dressing to spoil his image.
She told MailOnline: ''This is a plan by Kris to destroy his life, she's not a pleasant woman... She's out to get him. She doesn't want him to be happy.''
Rumours that Bruce, 64, likes to wear ladies' clothes were started last year by Ellen Pierson, another ex-wife of Kris' first husband, Robert Kardashian.
She claimed: ''Bruce was every woman's heartthrob when he was [an Olympian in the mid 70s], right? But Chrystie said: 'Yeah, until I went on a trip and I came back and he had gone through all my clothes. And I found my bras... He'd clip them together and wear them.' ''
However, Chrystie - who was married to Bruce between 1971 and 1979 and has two grown up children with him - has rubbished Ellen's claims, saying: ''There was no suggestion of cross-dressing when I was with him. He's a man's man. I can't say anymore, but he's never been a cross-dresser in all the time I've known him.
''It's her [Kris] putting out all these rumours. I didn't want to speak to the press, but she's the one.''
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The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star told TMZ.com he hasn't decided whether he will undergo the surgery, which is typically done on patients who are in the first stage of gender reassignment, and
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