Bruce Jenner has a lot on his plate right now.
But he doesn’t think a wrongful death lawsuit should be one of them.
Back in February, Bruiser was involved in a fatal car accident in Malibu on the Pacific Coast Highway.
After learning that Kim Howe had died in the collision, her two stepkids decided to try to cash in.
Earlier this month, William and Dana filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Olympian, claiming that he was “careless and negligent” during the crash, and that he was speeding when he rear-ended Kim’s car, pushing it into oncoming traffic.
But Bruce believes the two step-children, who are 57 and 60 years old, shouldn’t get a thing from this claim.
Not only was the reality star not speeding, but William and Dana really didn’t have a relationship with their step-mom, and family friends even say they haven’t talked in years.
Because of these issues with the suit, Bruce is asking for the whole thing to be thrown out of court.
Even though he’s trying to shut down the lawsuit, it doesn’t change the fact that he feels Kim’s death is a “terrible tragedy.”
Our hearts go out to everyone affected by this sad loss.
( From Perez: Bruce stated in the interview to use “he” and “him” so we will do so in our coverage until that changes. )