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Not Good Enough For TV! The REAL Reason Kris Jenner Didn’t Show Her Home On KUWTK

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For the Kardashians, reality is a flexible concept. When RadarOnline.com exposed the fact that Kris Jenner had been duping fans of Keeping Up with the Kardashians by using a stranger’s home for exterior shots of what was supposed to be her house on the show, daughter Kim Kardashian quickly hit back, insisting it was for security reasons. But Radar can reveal that they’re fudging the truth yet again: According to a source, Jenner’s real home wasn’t shown because it isn’t fancy enough!

“E! didn’t want to use the facade for Kris’ house because it wasn’t grand enough,” an insider tells Radar exclusively. Instead, show producers opted to do exterior shots at a home more than 20 miles away. They also used a replacement home for exterior shots of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick‘s humble Calabasas home, as Radar reported.

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Kardashian insists that choice was for security reasons, saying, “My old home in Beverly Hills was really my home and I would get people showing up at all hours, ringing my gate and had to call the police on several occasions. It was so unsafe … After that we realized how unsafe it is to show the exteriors of our homes.”

But the source tells Radar, “Kris’ real house is in a gated community so she wouldn’t even have to worry about that!” Kourtney and Scott’s home was also in a gated community with guards.

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In addition, the source points out, Kardashian’s new home with boyfriend Kanye West was featured – both outside and inside — on the most recent season of KUWTK. And before that, as she herself admitted, her Beverly Hills bachelorette pad was repeatedly featured.

Are you surprised by the lengths at which the family will go to deceive the public? Or is it no big deal? Let us know in the comments!

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