Bruce Jenner allegedly had big plans to become a woman and document his journey on television — but his transformation is reportedly being put "on hold" following his involvement in a horrific car accident on Feb. 7 that resulted in one fatality.
“The accident is now taking precedence over his personal journey to become a woman,” a source told 'Radar.' “The interview with Diane Sawyer, the docuseries, and the surgery will carry on, but there is a delay.”
The insider explains Bruce’s "central focus has shifted,” adding, "Bruce is giving all of his time and energy right now into helping out with the investigation and in making sure that there is peace for those close to the deceased."
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Since the fatal accident, friends and family — including people he has lost touch with over the years — have taken the time to to show their support for his transformation.
"People who Bruce hasn’t spoken to in forever are reaching out to him to offer support for his grieving process,” the source continues. "But they are also letting him know that they support his transition too."
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Though he's continuing to work on his own series, production for 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' is reportedly on hold at the moment, as producers figure out how to address the tragedy.
'Radar' reported the story.