The Kardashian-Jenners have been entertaining audiences for over a decade with their lavish life and dramatic antics on their actuality present, Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Over the years, followers have witnessed dishonest scandals, and household fights galore.
Many of the members of the family have even confronted a good quantity of civil authorized battles largely attributable to business dealings and stolen pictures. When it involves prison issues, nevertheless, have any of the members of this well-known members of the family confronted prices? And in that case, which ones served jail time?
Who are the members of the Kardashian-Jenner household?
Kris Jenner (previously Kris Kardashian) it mama bear to the brood and was married to Robert Kardashian, the lawyer to OJ Simpson throughout his notorious double homicide trial. They had 4 kids collectively: Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Robert Jr.
The marriage lasted from 1978 till their divorce in 1991 attributable to Jenner’s infidelity. Robert Kardashian handed in 2003 at simply 59 years previous, two months after his prognosis of esophageal most cancers.
Not lengthy after her divorce with Kardashian was finalized, Jenner remarried the Olympic gold-medalist now often called Caitlyn Jenner (Bruce Jenner on the time). Together they’d daughters Kendall and Kylie.
The couple divorced by late 2014 and Caitlyn Jenner got here out as transgender just some months later. This tumultuous time of divorce and gender transition was additionally riddled with some authorized hassle for Caitlyn Jenner.
Caitlyn Jenner narrowly escaped vehicular manslaughter prices
In February of 2015, Caitlyn Jenner was concerned in a multi-car accident on the Pacific Coast Highway that resulted within the loss of life of Kim Howe. Jenner’s automotive wasn’t the one which landed the ultimate lethal blow, however Jenner was chargeable for rear-ending Howe’s automotive into oncoming site visitors the place it was struck by a Hummer.
After some investigation, the DA determined to not file prices of vehicular manslaughter after determined Jenner couldn’t be confirmed to be at fault.
The decision of the potential prison case was not the top of the ordeal for Jenner, nevertheless. Jenner was sued by different individuals concerned within the crash, in addition to members of the family of the deceased, Howe.
In the top, Jenner was ordered to pay a mixed whole of $800,000 and all authorized and medical bills of a number of concerned events. Howe’s stepchildren’s swimsuit, nevertheless, was dismissed.
Which Kardashian-Jenner hung out in jail?
Khloé Kardashian was arrested on DUI prices in 2007 and acquired three years probation on the time. Unfortunately, the younger Kardashian, then simply 23, didn’t discover it a precedence to finish sure circumstances of her probation akin to enrolling in an alcohol training program and finishing her highway cleanup duties. For violating her parole, she was sentenced to 30 days in jail.
The ordeal was captured throughout the first season of KUWTK. Kris Jenner stated of the incident throughout her taped confessional: “I never thought I would be walking into a courthouse to surrender my daughter, you know, to stay in jail. It was so surreal.”
She then took the chance to debate one other time she was in courtroom, throughout the OJ Simpson trial. She shared that Nicole Brown Simpson was an expensive friend of hers and that her then-husband, Robert Kardashian defending OJ Simpson trigger a number of friction of their marriage.
Though the household is used to their share of the dramatic and surreal, this explicit surreal incident didn’t final lengthy for Khloé Kardashian or her household. She was launched simply hours after getting into jail, attributable to overcrowding.
According to her interview with Tyra Banks in 2008, she did lastly study her lesson saying: “I have to go to the hospital and see injured people who were either a drunk driver themselves or were hurt by someone. Thankfully [they] weren’t killed.” She later stated, “what I could have done is just unthinkable. I will never, ever do that again.”