You know what they say: another day, another story about how Caitlyn Jenner really should have thought things through a little more before including certain things in her memoir.
Like, did she really have to write about how bizarre it was for her to sleep with Kris Jenner? Was that necessary?
Unfortunately, though Caitlyn has quite the story to tell, it seems like she's also on a mission to sell as many books as possible.
And that's why she's bringing up Kris and the Kardashians as much as she possibly can both in the book itself and while promoting the thing -- the people want the gory details.
Or the O.J. Simpson stories, same thing.
While invoking the Kardashian name has certainly got a lot of people talking about her memoir, it's also had the not-so-desirable effect of ripping her family apart.
Sadly enough, it seems like Caitlyn's two youngest children, Kendall and Kylie, are beginning to suffer for it.
According to a source who spoke with Hollywood Life, "Kendall and Kylie feel terrible about the divide Caitlyn has created in the family."
However, "Caitlyn will always be their father so Kylie and Kendall have a stronger bond with her than the rest of the sisters who are at war with Caitlyn over her salacious new book."
But while Kendall and Kylie feel more loyalty towards Caitlyn, they're also very close with their mother and their sisters, so they're pretty much stuck in a difficult situation.
The source says that "The younger sisters are tired of trying to defend Caitlyn to their older sisters so they have asked Kim, Khloe and Kourtney to not bring up the Caitlyn drama anymore."
As for the littlest Jenner, "Kylie refuses to listen to anyone diss Caitlyn, she is over Caitlyn's book at doesn't want to read it."
She also "feels like it hurts everyone when Kim claps back at Caitlyn," as she did pretty eloquently yesterday on The Ellen Show.
Meanwhile, "It makes Kendall sad that the book has caused so much tension in the family."
Did she try giving Caitlyn a Pepsi?
The source concludes this tragic tale by explaining that "Both younger daughters feel stuck in the middle and they are distraught that Caitlyn is dividing them."
This all goes back to what we've been saying all along, which is that Cailtyn really should have considered the cost of including certain things in her memoir.
It would have been a fine book without hurting anyone's feelings, and of course she didn't have to bring the late Robert Kardashian into it -- she should have known that in particular would have infuriated her former stepchildren.
Hopefully Caitlyn is able to work everything out, at least with Kendall and Kylie.
If not ... well, we hope that her book just sells oodles and oodles of copies.