If you’ve ever seen a few episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, you’ve probably witnessed Kris Jenner acting a little childish. But could that be a sign of a deeper psychological issue?
In Touch Weekly has obtained an official court document containing psychiatric evaluations of both Kris and her late ex-husband, Robert Kardashian. And according to their report, Kris is “in a panic about the public finding out.” This report comes not long after In Touch released excerpts of shocking diaries that Robert’s widow claims belonged to the Kardashian patriarch himself.
While this latest report doesn’t indicate what case the evaluation is associated with, it’s probably safe to assume it was from their 1991 divorce. The evaluation says that Kris “produced an extreme elevation on the Histrionic Scale, a marked elevation of the Narcissistic Scale, and moderate elevations on the Dependant and Compulsive Scales of MCMI-II.”
What does all that mean to those of us who are just armchair psychologists? Apparently, her scores suggest that she “actively solicits praise and attention and frequently makes immature demands.”
Is this really telling us anything shocking? Who needs a court evaluation when you have seven seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians as observational data?
Source: In Touch Weekly, print edition