Retired Olympian Bruce Jenner has agreed to hand over his cell phone records to Los Angeles police in an effort to prove he was not texting when he was involved in a fatal car crash on Saturday (07Feb15).

Kim Kardashian's stepfather was one of four drivers caught up in the Pacific Coast Highway pile-up in Malibu, California over the weekend, when his Escalade rear-ended a Lexus which had crashed on the road.

Reports suggest the collision pushed the Lexus into oncoming traffic, killing the female driver at the scene and leaving seven others injured

The deceased woman has since been identified as the Kardashian-Jenner family's Calabasas neighbour, 69-year-old Kim Howe.

Jenner's publicist has denied speculation the sportsman-turned-reality Tv star had been distracted by his phone at the time of the crash, and in a statement released on Sunday (08Feb15), the Keeping Up With the Kardashians regular promised to co-operate with cops as they continue their investigations.

Authorities have requested the phone records of all parties involved, which they insist is a routine procedure under such circumstances.

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