More drama for Bruce Jenner.
A new report states police rushed to the 65-year-old’s Malibu estate, targeting photographers who were using long-lens cameras to snap photos of him in his home.
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“Mr. Jenner called because he was concerned and uncomfortable about the number of paparazzi at his home,” LA County Sheriff’s Department Lt. James Royal told ‘Radar Online.’
“We talked to Mr. Jenner and we talked to the paparazzi and we determined that there was no crime. Everything is ok. Two cars going up there is standard. They spoke to both Mr. Jenner and the paparazzi and then left.”
Cops at Bruce's Malibu home. (Photo Credit: INFPhoto.com)
‘TMZ’ made similar claims, reporting Bruce recently caught them in the act, and threatened to call the cops if it happened again. He is allegedly now able to sue and obtain a restraining order.
All of this drama comes on the heels of photos emerging of the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star in a dress. Bruce is allegedly undergoing a gender transition, and photographers are anxious to get snaps of his new look.
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“Bruce can’t believe the gross invasion of privacy that is taking place,” the source continued.
We hope to have our questions answered Friday night during his ‘20/20’ special with Diane Sawyer. 'Bruce Jenner: The Interview' airs at 9 p.m. on 'ABC.'