Not Sorry! Kim Kardashian Won’t Apologize For Humiliating Bruce Jenner With Transition Comments -- ‘Honestly Doesn’t Care’

Kim Kardashian Won’t Apologize

Feb. 2 2015, Updated 1:29 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian has lost the trust of her entire family after humiliating her step-father Bruce Jenner during a recent interview about his recent transformation. But according to a source close to the reality star, Kardashian has refused to apologize — because she doesn’t think she was in the wrong!

“Kim has not even tried to apologize because she says she was helping him and the ratings of the TV show,” a source close to the 34-year-old reality star tells exclusively.

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“She says that she was trying to help the family, but everyone knows that she is only out for herself. It is always the Kim show and they are just guests.”

As reported, Kardashian has ignited a family feud after publicly talking about the patriarch’s rumored transition to become a woman. Her step siblings, Brandon, Brody, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, as well as Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, are outraged that she broke the family’s code of silence, said a source.

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Now, “Kourtney says that she cannot even deal with Kim’s drama and that she and Scott and her do not even want to be around Kim and Kanye,” the Kardashian insider tells

“Unfortunately, the more Kim talks the more famous she gets,” the insider continues. “She has pulled this kind of stunt before and has lost friends and lovers. But she honestly does not care. She just moves on.”

Instead of getting even, however, the insider says the family is going to take the high road — because they don’t have much choice.

“They are not going to do anything to get back at her because, unfortunately, they all know that she has too much power,” the source claims.

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