Bruce Jenner's sex change rumors are now starting to get clearer when he was spotted leaving an office building on Tuesday, Feb. 11. The former Olympian is rocking a longer and lighter hairdo after he was seen looking weak leaving a Beverly Hills clinic in his alleged Adam's apple operation.
According to TMZ, the "World's Greatest Athlete" is not changing his identity but simply going through a mid-life crisis. Bruce's sons Brandon and Brody claim that their father is addicted to plastic surgery and blames their stepmother for his addiction.
"They say he is struggling to re-gain his youth. They point to the fact that he's moved to Malibu, grown his hair long and had a ponytail for a long time, drives a Harley, and has changed his nose and neck," says a source close to the family in an interview with TMZ. "We're told the family has actually counseled him against all the surgery, saying he was a good looking man to begin with, but he wouldn't listen."
The source also adds that Bruce constantly talks about his glory days in the Olympics while playing golf at the Sherwood Country Club. "Bruce is super manly. He loves sports, helicopters and cars," added the source.
So Bruce's changing appearance is not about gender reassignment but his ongoing obsession to recapture his Olympian youth. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" patriarch seemed to have a "Michael Jackson-like obsession" according to Daily Mail.
The sporting hero is now a picture of health and style as he showed off his voluminous new do and the results of his current surgery. But it's still unknown if the reality star has had extensions weaved into his new blond locks or it is all natural.
Now with a new swagger, Bruce is looking confident after weeks of staying out of the prying media. Just last week, host Jimmy Kimmel slammed the sporting hero when he featured his changing looks in a fake Facebook video.
But estranged wide Kris Jenner defended him telling everyone that "ninety-nine percent of the stuff in the tabloids is made up."
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