Following Bruce Jenner's tragic car crash on Saturday — which left one woman dead — the former Olympian has reportedly confirmed he's been taking hormones to prep for his alleged gender reassignment.
However, Jenner’s hormone usage was not a factor in the incident.
“There is no suggestion that the hormones were a contributing factor in the tragic accident,” a family insider told 'Radar Online.'
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The 'KUWTK' star passed a sobriety test at the scene, and voluntarily submitted to a blood test.
When asked if he was taking any medication, Bruce allegedly revealed, “he was taking very low dosage of hormones that his doctor had prescribed.”
Scene of the crash on Saturday, Feb. 7. (Photo Credit: Splash)
“Bruce has nothing to hide, and was very cooperative with cops, and appreciated their professionalism,” the source tells 'Radar Online.' “During the entire process Bruce was obviously very, very shocked and inquiring about the other victims — this has been a total nightmare for him, and Bruce is taking it very, very hard.”
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The four-car accident occurred on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu when a Toyota Prius allegedly slowed down and collided with a Lexus. Bruce had rear-ended the Lexus with his Cadillac Escalade. The Lexus was then propelled into oncoming traffic and hit by a Hummer. The female driver, reportedly identified as Kardashian neighbor Kim Howe, 69, was killed.