Even though Caitlyn Jenner is pretty friendly with President Donald Trump, she doesn't find any friends in her own family, according to the rumor mill. The 67-year-old Republican transgender-rights activist took a trip all the way to Washington, D.C. as a mark of solidarity with Trump, but her family members refused to join or support her.
They haven't even come by her side for quite some time - weeks, in fact, according to RadarOnline. "It seems like the Kardashian girls want nothing to do with her anymore and Caitlyn is definitely starting to feel rejected by them," a family insider said.
It took years for Caitlyn Jenner to make the initial, bold decision to be "true to herself" and make the change to a transgender. After which, she has thrown herself into devoting herself to the cause of helping others too, according to IB Times.
During the transition, Caitlyn felt isolated from the Kardashians and the former wife, Kris Jenner, who found her statements about them all offensive. But slowly, they all did come to some kind of reconciliation.
But now, Caitlyn feels loneliness of a different sort, even as her family has isolated her. Caitlyn cried to them over a few phone calls and clarified that she felt alone. Very alone. "She said that she has never felt more alone that she does right now!" said an insider.
Why is Caitlyn Jenner on the "rejected" list by the Kardashians and Jenners? They are reportedly cut up about the fact that she is coming out with a tell-all book, The Secrets Of My Life, which will be released in April.
Jenner is reported to have described all the members of her famous family and explains how they have all behaved during her transition to her transgender identity.