Caitlyn Jenner Has Settled One Of The Three Lawsuits Against Her

December 31, 2015 / Posted by:

It looks like Caitlyn Jenner can go ahead and cross one of the names off her “People Who Want Me To Pay Up For That Malibu Car Crash” list. TMZ says that Caitlyn and Jessica Steindorff have settled their lawsuit. Jessica was the driver of the Prius that was rear-ended by Caitlyn’s Escalade and hit Kim Howe’s Lexus, which resulted in her being struck by an oncoming vehicle and killed back in February.

At the time the lawsuit was filed, Jennifer was asking for lost wages, personal injury, and more than $25,000 in damages and medical fees. TMZ doesn’t say just how many dollars Jennifer ended up stuffing into her purse, but one thing we know for sure is that none of them came with the dirty stink of Kardashian money. A source says the settlement was paid for completely by Caitlyn’s insurance.

Caitlyn still has two more lawsuits to deal with: one from Kim Howe’s stepchildren, and one from the family who was driving the Hummer that collided with Kim Howe’s Lexus. So, start saving those pennies, Caitlyn Jenner’s insurance company. And I guess don’t worry about saving any pennies, Caitlyn? “You might not need any extra kash, but that doesn’t excuse you from your familial obligations, so get your ass back to strolling for the paps in front of the DASH store” whispered Kris Jenner. I don’t know if they actually make money every time they’re photographed waddling to and from their cars, but I would assume so, since why else would they do it? Oh, right – attention.

Speaking of family, here’s Caitlyn’s hottest kid (don’t worry, I’m deeply ashamed every time I say those words out loud) in Las Vegas last night with his girlfriend, who is giving off some major bootleg Kylie Jenner vibes.

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