After falsely claiming Caitlyn Jenner was "snubbed" by the Kardashians and not invited to their annual Christmas party, RadarOnline is now flip-flopping with a story about how she's reconciled with the family. The reality is the site was 100 percent wrong about Jenner and her gal pal Sophia Hutchins not being invited the yearly bash, and now it's pretending as if it never published the first article and actually has insight into her life. But Gossip Cop can once again expose the outlet.
On December 24, the website ran a story titled, "Blindsided! Caitlyn And Sophia Snubbed From Kris' Annual Christmas Eve Bash." In that 100 percent untrue report, the unreliable outlet wrote, "Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins were intentionally left off the invite list." The blog even claimed to have a "source close to Caitlyn," who supposedly said, "The Kardashian-Jenners don't want Caitlyn in attendance." What's more the so-called "source" added how Jenner's daughters, including Kendall "won't be photographed with [Sophia]" these days.
As Gossip Cop noted hours after that phony piece was posted, Jenner and Hutchins actually attended the Christmas party and were not "snubbed." They were not "left off the invite list" at all. And Kendall was happily photographed with Hutchins and Jenner at the bash.
The following day, Jenner posted an Instagram video of her and Hutchins entering the Christmas party. She also wrote alongside the footage, "So happy to be with family last night! ...Love you all. @kendalljenner @kyliejenner @kimkardashian @kourtneykardash @khloekardashian @krisjenner." Basically, RadarOnline was wrong about everything.
Without referencing its previous flop of a story, the often discredited site flipped its angle for a new piece about how "Caitlyn reconcile[d] with [the] Kardashians." The outlet again alleges it has a "source," who this time claims she's worked hard "to prove to the girls that she was so sorry" for some of the remarks she made in her memoir, The Secrets Of My Life, that caused a rift in the family. "Caitlyn was really touched that she was invited to the [Christmas] party," adds the blog's supposed "insider."
The website makes no mention whatsoever about how days earlier it published a full article about Jenner being "snubbed" and purposefully "left off the invite list." Gossip Cop, however, is not entirely surprised by this, considering how many times we've busted the blog for its bogus tales about her.
In February 2017, for instance, the site maintained Jenner was suing ex-wife Kris Jenner for lost earnings related to "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." That never happened. And yet two months later, Gossip Cop nailed the same outlet when it flip-flopped and asserted Kris wanted to get back together with Jenner. It further untruthfully contended Jenner and Kris were going to do a reality show together.
Among the other falsehoods published by the blog was that the former Olympian was on such "rotten terms" with Kendall and Kylie that Jenner had "adoption plans" to "fill the void caused by her strained relationship with her daughters." Of course, that never happened either. Nor did Jenner join the all-athletes cast of "Dancing With The Stars, which the outlet swore up and down she would.
Simply, that site is not reliable when it comes to articles about Jenner. While it alleges it has a "source close to" her, it's hard to believe, given how many factually inaccurate stories it's written about her. At minimum, it would be nice if the blog admitted its mistakes rather than flip-flopping or pretending it hasn't posted so many untrue reports about the transgender activist.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.