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Updated: Jun 15, 2012 12:10 PM EDT

Kardashian Sisters

Kardashian Sisters (Photo : Reuters)

The Kardashian clan is always in the limelight for the good and the bad. Yesterday, for example, a nude picture of a Kim look-alike went up on her current flame Kanye West's twitter account. Today, there's word that a former nanny is writing a memoir about her years working for the famous family.

Pam Behan was hired as a nanny by Bruce and Kris Jenner in 1988. She watched the blended Kardashian-Jenner children grow up and she says her book will reveal what the kids were really like. For the most part, she says they were good kids. Though she doesn't deny that they were spoiled.

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"I would say they were definitely spoiled," she admits to "Entertainment Tonight." "Any kid that grows up in Malibu or Beverly Hills is spoiled, but that doesn't mean they were naughty or bad. They never disrespected me."

Behran says her book is not about bashing the famous family or airing their dirty laundry. "It's going to be funny, crazy, zany, upbeat, positive stories," she said, adding that there will be no bashing and it's not a "tell all."

However, several media have tried to sensationalize her memoir saying that she hated the Jenner kids and even slapped one of the boys for misbehaving. They have also said that her relationship with Kris Jenner was a bit rocky.

But during her interview with "Entertainment Tonight," she came across as someone who is fond of the family. When asked about Kim's divorce from Kris Humphries, for example, she says, "She's 30, she's in the spotlight and feeling the pressure. And I just think she made a mistake, but at least she admitted it." I don't think she would do that to Kris Humphries otherwise. Kim does not need to get married on TV or anything like that to make money. Kim can make money on her own."

No doubt, with the ongoing obsession with the Kardashian family, Behan will be able to get a book deal in the near future.

The family is slated to appear on "Oprah's Next Chapter," this Sunday on OWN.

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