Bruce Jenner became a victim of photoshop after he was portrayed as a woman on the cover of InTouch magazine. In the doctored photograph, Bruce’s head was added to a photo of “Dynasty” star Stephanie Beacham, with the headline, "Bruce's Story: My Life As a Woman."
The photograph shows Bruce wearing makeup and a feminine scarf. The magazine has reportedly stated that the 65-year-old former athlete will come out as a transgender.
"[Bruce] will come clean in 2015 about transitioning. This will be the year of his coming out. He knows that people have recognized his changes, and he's finally becoming more comfortable with himself and his choice to be a woman,” a source reportedly told the publication. "When Bruce goes public, he wants to go big and come out as a transwoman on the cover of 'The Advocate,' the ultimate LGBT magazine."
"He wants to look as glamorous as possible -- full makeup with a bold wardrobe. He won't live his new life in designer clothes like the Kardashian women. He just wants his first official portrait as a woman to be classic and memorable," the source reportedly added.
Sources told the magazine that Bruce "wants to live his truth: He’s a great father who’s had an amazing life who just so happens to be trapped in the wrong body.
“Bruce hopes that in a few years, once he’s living full-time as a woman, he’ll be wondering why he waited so long to do this.”
Bruce’s former wife Kris Jenner is reportedly "outraged" over the doctored photo and slammed the magazine.
"It's just mean to do whether or not it's true,” Kris told her friends, TMZ reported, adding that the reality TV star has "contempt for the mag jumping to conclusions and then altering the image to fit its story."