Caitlyn Jenner NOT Adopting Child, Despite Report (EXCLUSIVE)
Caitlyn Jenner has not announced she’s going to be a mom or is adopting a child, despite an entirely fabricated report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this made-up story by one of the webloids. We’re told it’s simply “BS.”
According to RadarOnline, a site that has been repeatedly caught posting wholly untrue stories about the former Olympian, Jenner has “shocked” her friends by “announcing she’s planning to adopt a child.” The webloid quotes a seemingly fictitious “insider” claiming, “She sees this next year as a whole new start and what a better way than to set up a new family?”
The webloid notes Jenner doesn’t have any issues being a parent again without a partner. She just misses “raising kids and says she has so much love to give,” alleges the site’s behind questionable “insider.”
RadarOnline claims Jenner is “consulting with experts” about how to “get things started” in the adoption process. The outlet’s dead wrong “insider” then asserts Jenner “wants to be a mom,” and feels at 66 years old that now is “the right time” to adopt a child from either here in the U.S. or abroad.
In the past, Gossip Cop busted RadarOnline when it wrongly claimed Jenner was “secretly married” to Candis Cayne, not allowed to see Kim Kardashian’s baby Saint West, and was set to appear on “Dancing With The Stars.” All of those stories and several more were clearly lies. This latest made-up tale about Jenner announcing to friends she’s going to be a mom and adopt a child is similarly a complete untruth. A rep for Jenner exclusively tells Gossip Cop the story is complete “BS.”
Maybe it’s time the webloid starts adopting better reporting skills, because this is the umpteenth time Gossip Cop has exposed it for posting a 100 percent fabricated article about Jenner. We also recently nailed the site for similarly making up a story that Miranda Lambert was adopting a baby. In both instances, not only were the stories fake, but the gossip blog manipulated a fake background of a children’s nursery (above) to make it seem like the women were really adopting.