A new footage has emerged from the Malibu car crash back in February which left one person dead and four cars destroyed and could complicate thins for Caitlyn.
The Video captured by a passing bus shows Jenner's Escalade hitting the Lexus driven by Kim Howe on the Pacific Coast Highway not far from Malibu, California. Howe later died in the four-car crash. Not long after the crash it emerged that a recording existed, which was handed over to police.
The footage had not been made public, until it was published by Entertainent Tonight on Thursday, July 9.
Images from the video appears to show Jenner, who had not then announced her new, female identity and was known as Bruce, hitting both the white Lexus with Howe inside and another black car.
The star has been hit with multiple lawsuits, both from the family of Howe and a Hollywood agent whose black Prius Jenner also collided with.
Howe's stepchildren, Dana Redmond and William Howe, filed a lawsuit in May accusing Jenner of wrongful death and claiming she was speeding at the time - a point which police reports have not supported.
The two children are seeking compensation over the killing - though according to TMZ the two had 'virtually no relationship' with Howe, who did not have any other relatives.
A second lawsuit was filed in June by Hollywood agent Jessica Steindorff, who named both Bruce and Caitlyn in the suit. Steindorff, who was driving on a suspended license at the time, is suing Jenner over apparent serious injuries and loss of wages.
She said she had stopped in front on stationary traffic which she was hit from behind. Jenner has yet to be hit with any criminal charges, which local prosecutors are reportedly still considering.