Former Kardashian Nanny Writes A Tell-All, Revealing Crazy Family Details! (VIDEO)

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Kris Jenner has told her side of the story, now it’s time for an insider to share her point of view!

A former nanny for the Kardashian-Jenner bunch has written a tell-all book and is ready to spill all the beans on the family, but, she says it won’t be anything the family would disapprove of.

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Malibu Nanny: The True Adventures of the Former Kardashian Nanny penned by Pam Behan gives readers every detail on what it was like to take care of one of America’s most talked about families.

According to Radar Online, Pam first met the family in 1991, describing Kourtney as “a serious child” who “spoke her mind,” Kim was “gorgeous” and “always very sweet and friendly,” Khloe was “a pistol, full of energy,” and of course Robert was “mostly sweet and precious.”

Pam even rehashes one occasion when Kris Jenner went ballistic because she was unsatisfied with her grocery shopping. Pam wrote:

“When I got home, Kris, who was in the kitchen, looked at the groceries I had just purchased, and let out a torrent of expletives. ‘$#&%! $#&%! $#&%! I can’t believe you forgot the $#&%ing broccoli! Broccoli was not on the short list she had given me that day, although it was a regular item on the weekly list. I did not know, shame on me, that keeping broccoli stocked in the refrigerator was so critical.”

Drama aside, Pam grew close with the family admitting when it was time to leave, it was hard!

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She continued:

“I poured my heart into my job, and I poured my heart into them. I nurtured them. I cared for them. Hopefully, I made a difference in their lives.”

You can read all the details of the family first hand here in her revealing book.

Pam can also be seen in the video above, as she dishes details about the family to Entertainment Tonight!

SOURCE: Radar Online

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