Of course, with all of the headlines already surrounding Bruce, things took a tragic turn on Saturday when the former Olympian was involved in a four-car collision that left one woman dead.
A source told Us Weekly that the 65-year-old is "devastated" after the accident, which is completely understandable. "He knows he wasn't responsible but he still feels terrible," their source says. "This past week was rough for him."
Despite the obvious emotional toll such an incident would have on any one of us, Bruce is reportedly staying on schedule with the filming of his docuseries. TMZ reports that production sources tell them there has been no move to slow down or modify production in any way and that Bruce has not indicated that he's had a chance of heart in light of recent events.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation, but Bruce has been cooperating fully with investigators. He submitted to a voluntary field sobriety test at the scene and went to a local hospital to have his blood drawn for blood alcohol testing. He has also volunteered to give his cell phone records to law enforcement to prove that he was not texting at the time the incident occurred.
Bruce's docuseries could begin airing as early as May.