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Ben Flajnik Explains Why He Drove Kris Jenner’s Bentley

November 27, 2013 08:00 AM by Stephanie Gustafson

Ben Flajnik and Kris Jenner are pretty darn close, but not, you know, dating close. Despite all the time they’ve been spending together, the two continue to insist that there’s no romance. But the former Bachelor star does admit that he’s driven Kris Jenner’s Bentley!

Are Ben Flajnik and Kris Jenner an item? According to Ben, the answer is a definite no. But that lack of a spark certainly has not stopped Ben from spending time with one of Kris’ most prized possessions: her Bentley! Ben told People that yes, he has borrowed the reality mom’s snazzy vehicle in the past, although he was very careful to also explain the reasoning behind the brief loan. “I happened to be in L.A. and I didn’t have a car, so she let me borrow hers. She wasn’t even there. Her assistant opened up the garage and just said, ‘Pick one.’”

Of course, as you may recall, the paparazzi caught Ben emerging from Kris’ home in her Bentley and immediately assumed the two had been getting it on. Ben admits that this immediate jump to conclusions proved incredibly frustrating for both parties. And the same problem popped up once again when the dynamic duo was spotted in Mexico, where, according to Ben, they happened to be in the company of good friend Joe Francis. “It is like you can’t do anything without people thinking you’re hooking up or in a relationship.”

Are you convinced by Ben Flajnik’s explanations? Or do you still think the Bachelor alum has the hots for Kris Jenner? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!

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