Bruce Jenner Poses Interesting Question for Justice System

As if there’s not enough drama swirling within the Kardashian clan, Bruce Jenner’s newness poses another question.

Jenner is being sued for wrongful death by the family of the woman whose vehicle was pushed into oncoming traffic by Jenner’s SUV.

Needless to say, the fact that Jenner had a clean driving record before he underwent hormone therapy has led to many jokes. But it does pose another question:

“If convicted, would Jenner be put in a man’s prison or a woman’s prison?”

According to Yahoo News:

Brooks said Jenner was photographed holding a cellphone — or perhaps a cigarette — but it was unclear when the photo was taken.  He noted there’s no law against smoking and driving.

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Five other people were hurt, but not seriously, in the crash.
On Sunday, Jenner issued a statement calling the crash a “devastating tragedy.”

“My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones, and to all of those who were involved or injured in this terrible accident,” Jenner said in a statement released by his publicist. “It is a devastating tragedy and I cannot pretend to imagine what this family is going through at this time.  I am praying for them.  I will continue to cooperate in every way possible.”

Image courtesy SNL

 

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