The door is still open to her! After reports surfaced that Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce, had been banned from her beloved Sherwood Country Club, the members-only facility confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter in a statement that the transgender star is more than welcome.
“Reporting of discord between Ms. Jenner and this club is entirely false,” the Sherman Oaks, Calif., institution said via a statement on Wednesday, June 3. “[Caitlyn] Jenner has and continues to be a valued and long term member at the Club."
"Sherwood Country Club was very disappointed and surprised to learn of various news reports dated June 2, 2015," the exclusive club, which charges a reported $300,000 initiation fee, continued in its statement. "Sherwood Country Club cherishes its members, and their privacy, and will not comment on anything regarding its members' private use and enjoyment of the Club, including Caitlyn Jenner's future use of the Club."
"Sherwood is very proud of the wonderful facilities it offers both its male and female members and their guests,” the statement concluded. “There will be no further comment from the Club."
The elite club, which Jenner, 65, has been a member of for over 15 years, has designated male/female areas, including a bar where only males are allowed.
Jenner made her debut as Caitlyn on Monday, June 1, on the cover of Vanity Fair’s 2015 July issue. "I'm so happy after such a long struggle to be living my true self," the former Olympic gold medalist tweeted following her debut. "Welcome to the world Caitlyn. Can't wait for you to get to know her/me."