On Friday night's episode, the former Olympian trash-talked her step-daughter Khloe Kardashian in relation to her story of coming out as Transgender in 2014.
She said that Khloe was the hardest family member to open up to because she was "pi**ed off about something" and that she "didn't know what her issues are".
"I went through every kid and Khloe for some reason was pi**ed off about something through this whole process, it’s been five or six years and I’ve really haven’t talked to her since," Caitlyn told fellow jungle-mate Roman Kemp.
"We were really close, I raised her since she was five years old, I really don’t know what her issues are."
But fans were quick to jump to Khloe's defense online, reminding the 70-year-old that their feud stemmed from Caitlyn slandering Kris Jenner in her memoir.
"The reason khloe doesn't talk to Caitlyn isn't bcus she's trans. It's bcus caitlyn completely disregarded the Kardashians after her change, and then chat so much sh** about Kris#ImACeleb."
"I love Caitlyn in the jungle, but the way she explained her and Khloe's fallout was so wrong, it made it seem that Khloe won’t speak to her because she’s trans, when in fact it was about how Caitlyn treated Kris after.#ImACeleb."
Now, according to a new report, these comments may violate a certain gag order Caitlyn signed during the early days of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
As expected, the contract was drawn up by Kris Jenner herself, and show's co-creator Ryan Seacrest.
"This contract was handed to all participants in the show and means that Caitlyn could be in hot water," a source told Daily Star Sunday.
"Kris and Khloe are tight and the contracts that she signed were designed to keep inner secrets about the family a secret and protect the show," the report continued. "Technically this could pose legal dramas for Caitlyn," Talking about the family, connected to the show, is a grey area."
But talking about Khloe wasn't the only mistake Caitlyn made. She also commented on Kylie Jenner's security costs, which may have also been a violation of privacy.
"Do you guys have to have security everywhere you go?" asked her costar, actor Cliff Parisi.
"Everywhere," Caitlyn said, before revealing that her youngest daughter spends nearly half a million dollars on security...PER MONTH.
"I bet you Kylie will spend anywhere between [$300,000] and $400,000 a month. A ton of money."