Caitlyn Jenner Packing Sack for Transition from LA to Latham
Published May 8th, 2016
LATHAM — Caitlyn Jenner is moving to the Capital District, having purchased a small single-family home near Route 7 in Latham to take advantage of a new state plan making all bathrooms unisex.
Jenner, a former men’s Olympic decathlon champion, has purchased a 900 square-foot, two-bedroom home off Forts Ferry Road, according to records in the Albany County Clerk’s Office reviewed by The Smudge.
The famous transgendered dad of the Kardshian clan, Jenner also plans to move production of her “I Am Cait” television show from Hollywood to North Colonie, a representative for the former World’s Greatest athlete said.
“Caitlyn has always been on the cutting edge and in her mind, there is no place more cutting edge than upstate New York,” said Jenner spokesman Tom Bosley.
The Smudge reported last week that Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order calling for all bathrooms in the state to be open to both men and women —no matter whether they consider themselves transgender, cisgender, gender-fluid, circus clown, Oompa Loompa or robot.
Political observers say Cuomo issued the decree to set himself apart from North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, who recently signed legislation banning transgendered people from using the bathrooms with which they felt most aligned. That move totally pissed-off Bruce Springsteen, prompting the rock star to cancel his overpriced appearance in The Tar Heel state.
Meanwhile, Bosley said even though the Latham-area lacks the kind of five-star restaurants at which Jenner is accustomed to dining in Los Angeles — such as Nobu and Spago — “Caitlyn still plans to use Colonie’s eateries as the backdrop for her television show.”
“Caitlyn has already befriended a nice bunch of transgendered women from Duanesburg and Schaghticoke, and they have shot some new scenes for ‘I Am Cait’ in places such as Denny’s and Red Robin,” said Bosley. “Caitlyn’s decision to relocate to Latham has resulted in no shortage of drama, and I really don’t think it’s a stretch to say the show’s upcoming season will very possibly be its best yet.”