Psychiatrist Does NOT Tell All About Kris And Caitlyn Jenner, Despite Misleading Report
“The Psychiatrist Tells All,” screams the cover of In Touch, which features photos of Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner and reveals that it has “years of marriage secrets spilled.” Alongside photos of medical papers, the magazine says it has information about how Kris “controlled and tortured Bruce for years.” Naturally, one would be led to believe that the tabloid somehow or another uncovered documents about Caitlyn and Kris. But it did not.
The entire cover story is a giant bait-and-switch. In Touch does not have one single page of a medical report involving Kris and Cailtyn. Instead, it has a report from one of the psychiatrists who evaluated Kris and Robert Kardashian when the couple was in a custody battle 25 years in 1990. Notwithstanding the truth or accuracy, the tabloid shamelessly writes, “In Touch has obtained a psychiatric evaluation of Kris that reveals what drove her to make Bruce’s life a living hell.” But that is not true. That report, once again, has NOTHING to do with Caitlyn. Caitlyn is never mentioned once in the entire medical evaluation.
While there report says Kris could be, at times, “controlling,” and “manipulative” (basically, everything you would want from a manager), remember it stems from a custody battle 25 years ago. The only connection that’s made to Caitlyn is by a psychologist who, as noted by the tabloid, “has not treated Kris” or even knows the former Olympian. Only in the very last paragraph of the four-page cover story does the tabloid ’fess up that its source material was from Kris’ “1990 custody battle with her first ex-husband, the late Robert Kardashian.”
Of course, sinking to this new low shouldn’t surprise anyone. You’ll recall, Gossip Cop busted In Touch for its despicable cover two months ago that claimed Caitlyn was on “suicide watch.” It’s also the same tabloid that got universally blasted for photoshopping Caitlyn’s head onto the body of actress Stephanie Beacham for a cover story titled, “My Life As A Woman.” Sources close to the situation were actually too disgusted with the magazine to give Gossip Cop a comment about the tabloid’s latest journalistic lapse.