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All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
Bruce Jenner was recently involved in a fatal accident where it was thought that the Olympian may have been texting. Police are now saying that isn't the case, but Bruce clearly hasn't learned a very important lesson: don't use cell phones while driving!
On Friday, Jenner left the golf course, hopped into a fancy Porsche, and sped away while illegally chatting.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
You'd think after seeing a person die, the reality TV star would put away the cell phone… but apparently not.
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Keeping Up With The Kardashians is going to be pretty much impossible now!
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We're relieved to learn that Bruce Jenner is NOT struggling through this tragedy alone.
Days after we found out that Bruce most likely won't be charged with vehicular manslaughter in the February 7 car crash which tragically killed 69-year-old Kim Howe, it was revealed that Kris Jenner is helping the Olympian cope with a lot of overwhelming emotions.
Despite the fact that Brusier and Kris are no longer romantically involved, the reality matriarch still has her ex's back.
An insider revealed:
Bruce Jenner must be relieved.
Despite being the likely cause of a February 7 car crash that tragically killed 69-year-old Kim Howe, the Olympian will probably NOT be charged with vehicular manslaughter.
The decision to not prosecute allegedly stems from a couple of reasons, including the fact that Jenner was not speeding, texting, or under the influence. Essentially, cops think Bruce should have paid more attention but that his negligence doesn't warrant prosecution.
UPDATE: The Los Angeles Police Department has released a statement in response to a report from the Associated Press that Bruce is at fault for the car crash.
The LAPD explained:
"Whatever is being reported right now is not part of our investigation. We are still looking at the videos of the crash to determine what happened. We have not deemed who is at fault yet, the investigation is still very much open."
Sigh, this is really bad news for Bruiser. If the 65-year-old is found at fault, he most likely will be charged with vehicular manslaughter, which means he could face up to six years in jail.
The official, who revealed the damaging info on the premise of anonymity, made the decision based on video footage from an MTA bus.
What a good friend.
Scott, who met Bruce in 1983, gushed about the reality star's sex symbol status: