Caitlyn Jenner revealed in an interview with Andy Cohen that she’s been frozen out by her former stepdaughter Khloé Kardashian and hasn’t spoken to her in a couple of years. Hear what she said in the video above!
“She doesn’t want to talk to me,” the former Olympic athlete, 67, told Cohen on Radio Andy on SiriusXM on Wednesday, April 26. “She hasn’t talked to me in, like, two years.”
“That’s sad,” Jenner continued. “I was very very close to Khloé, I mean I had 23 years of raising her. I met Khloe when she was 5 years old.”
When the Bravo host asked if that hurt, the former I Am Cait star replied, “Of course it hurts. Cause she was on Howard Stern and called me a liar. And that kind of pissed me off too cause I never lied to her, you know, if I didn’t tell her everything. First of all, she never asked.”
Jenner explained that the Revenge Body star’s big sister Kim Kardashian did ask about her former stepdad’s transition from Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn. “Kim asked and I brought her in and told her before I did anything. I don’t know if I got too heavily into actually transitioning but I told her all my story.”
Chinese Workers Earn $62 A Week Making Ivanka Trump’s Clothing Line
The Washington Post reports:
Workers at a factory in China used by the company that makes clothing for Ivanka Trump’s fashion line and other brands worked nearly 60 hours a week to earn wages of little more than $62 a week, according to a factory audit released Monday. The factory’s 80 workers knit clothes for the contractor, G-III Apparel Group, which has held the exclusive license to make the Ivanka Trump brand’s $158 dresses, $79 blouses and other clothes since 2012. The company also makes clothes for Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and other brands.
Now an official adviser to her father’s White House, Trump stepped down from her management role but retains an ownership interest in her name-brand company. Its assets were moved into a trust that is now overseen by her husband’s siblings. Trump is the sole beneficiary of the trust, which is valued at more than $50 million.