Kris Jenner feels she is becoming the ''Wicked Witch of the West.''
The matriarch got angry with her husband, Bruce Jenner, after he began installing a putting green without her knowledge at their home in Calabasas, California.
Comparing herself to 'The Wizard of Oz' character on 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians', which aired last night (11.08.13), she fumed: ''What bothers me about this whole thing is you guys would feel you would have to do something and not tell me about it, because you think that I'm like the Wicked Witch of the West.''
Kris - who has a strained relationship with Bruce's sons, Brandon and Brody Jenner - raged she felt Bruce was trying to make her appear in a bad light.
She continued: ''I've wanted to do everything that you've ever wanted ever in your life for 23 years but you're making me look like I'm the bad person because I don't want you to have a putting green so I'm not giving you enough space and all you have are these little parts of the house. I've given you huge parts of the house and you don't give a s**t.''
The couple have an ongoing power struggle, with Kris often accused of dominating in their 20 year marriage.
Bruce explained: ''Kris' and my relationship has been pretty interesting along the way. I'm so easygoing that I just let her do a lot of things and sometimes she does too many things and takes too much control. At this point in our relationship, I think it's extremely important that I take some of that control back. How I do that right now I don't know but it's mostly an attitude change in the way I deal with her. I felt like a lost control in the whole relationship and slowly trying to get it back is kind of tough.''
The couple were rocked by split rumours in June after Bruce decided to live in his own rented Malibu beach house but he insists they are going to make their marriage work.
He continued: ''Kris is a really a great person and we've had a great relationship for many years. It's going to take a little work. I don't know if you can go in that direction. I hope you can but I'm going to try.''
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