Is Kylie Jenner whipping up a new bad-girl image for herself?
On Oct. 18, the 16-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star reportedly cruised into a luxe Beverly Hills hotel around 8:30 p.m. with her longtime friend Jaden Smith, 15, and a group of other young pals.
According to a hotel source, Kylie was in “a good mood” – that is, until she requested employees provide her and her pals alcohol and bottle service.
An insider claims that when Kylie was turned down, she berated the hotel host, asking, “Do you know who I am?” The source adds that the reality star also declared the swanky hotel “not worth her time.”
We’re told the host held firm as Jenner stormed out of the bar with her entourage while reportedly cursing that the establishment was “f–– lame.”
“She was a complete nightmare,” says the hotel source. “She started out really nice. But when she didn’t get what she wanted, it was like someone flipped a switch.”
Reps had no comment, but Kylie took to Twitter on Wednesday to address recent reports that she and sister Kendall, 17, are headed down the wrong path.
“I’m not going to sit around and let grown adults create untrue stories about me underage drinking & partying every night with a fake I.D. And F.Y.I. regarding the ‘club nights’, I was with my father & family supporting my brother and sister-in-law,” she wrote on her Twitter page.
Though the teen defends her dad-supervised evening on Oct. 19 at The Troubadour, she sidesteps reports of a much wilder night out four days prior with Scott Disick and older sister Khloé Kardashian Odom at Vignette Lounge, a 21-and-over sex-themed club in Los Angeles.
Photos show the youngest of the Jenner clan leaving the raunchy nightclub in the wee hours of the morning looking out of sorts.
At the time, the girls’ mother, Kris Jenner, said her daughters did not know they were at an adults-only venue and did not use fake IDs to enter the club.
Finishing off her rant, Kylie doled out advice to her young fans: “To all the young girls out there just like me, carry yourself with class and dignity and don’t let ANYONE determine your future,” she Tweeted.