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Caitlyn Jenner Threatens To Drag Ex-Wife Kris To Court Over Lost Earnings

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RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Caitlyn Jenner has been exploring her legal options after she discovered her ex-wife, Kris Jenner, is freezing her out of family earnings to which she believes she’s entitled!

“Cait’s not been paid much, if anything, for her appearances on Keeping Up with the Kadashians and other commercial projects she’s attached her name to via Kris,” claimed an insider.

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“And every time she tries to stand up for herself she’s met with an excuse.”

As RadarOnline.com reported, Caitlyn, 67, tried to forge her own path with her docuseries I Am Cait, but she found that without the support of the rest of the clan she wasn’t very successful, and the E! show was canceled after just two seasons.

Now Caitlyn plans to try her hand as an author with the April release of her memoir, The Secrets of My Life.

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“Cait needs the cash and calculates she’s hundreds of thousands if not millions out of pocket because Kris has effectively cut her commission by three quarters,” said the insider.

“On top of that she’s got legal fees that need paying, which she expects Kris to pay in full once they mediate, or she will go to court and have it out in public.”

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