Bruce Jenner allegedly consulted divorce lawyer - Austin Marriage
Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars Bruce Jenner and wife Kris Jenner may be facing major marital troubles. Bruce Jenner has allegedly snuck around and consulted divorce attorneys as he considers ending their marriage.
Should the divorce rumors come true, it would be a major battle between to two as their estimated to be worth $155 million. The couple have been married for 21 years and have two children together. Between them they have 10 children.
According to a family insider, Bruce Jenner is fed up with his reality television guru wife hitting on younger men. Bruce feels that Kris treats him like a doormat, and hes had enough. She constantly belittles his appearance and complains to mutual friends that hes a boring old fart. Then she had the gall to flaunt her relationships with younger guys in his face.
At Lake Sherwood Country Club when Bruce, 63 spends most days, hes been overheard discussing a possible divorce with his buddies. He hates it when cronies at the Country Club jokingly call him Bruce Kardashian. Kris is continually perceived as the money maker and the one who wears the pants in the family, and hes sick and tired of the humiliation.
One of Bruces pals whos a sports entertainment lawyer has helped Bruce value the assets of the Kardashian-Jenner empire if he moves forward with a split. Hes also talked to a divorce attorney buddy about potential custody arrangements for his two girls with Kris.
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