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A couple of times I got caught, says Caitlyn

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

CAITLYN Jenner has revealed how she "got caught" by the Kardashians dressing as a woman before her transition and used to feel like a "fraud" while working as a motivational speaker for hiding her biggest secret.

The 68-year-old former Olympian told Lisbon's Web Summit on Thursday how she was hired to talk about the games and overcoming obstacles to companies all around the world.

"I would stand up there and tell my story year after year after year and deep down inside I was feeling like I cheated the audience," she said.

"Because underneath my suit and my nice masculine looking outfit I had a bra and some panties on maybe pantyhose and they couldn't see it and I would stand out there and look over the audience and think 'you don't even know me'," she said








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