Kylie Jenner just turned 18-years-old, and is already seeking complete control of her fortune.
The Keeping up with the Kardashians star is apparently worth $5 million, and told her mother and manager (momager) Kris Jenner that she wants to take control over her affairs on the day she turned 18 (August 10), according to the Canada Journal.
“She hasn’t even been eighteen for a full day yet and is already acting like a terror by trying to call all the shots,” a source told the celebrity gossip website, Radar Online. “Kylie is demanding that Kris give her access to her entire fortune immediately.”
— TMZ (@TMZ) August 12, 2015
Jenner, the suspected girlfriend of 25-year-old Tyga, already owns a mansion worth $2.7 million in Calabasas, California, and Tyga recently gave her a $320,000 Ferrari for her 18th birthday. She also has a wardrobe worth more than most people’s homes, but apparently, that isn’t enough.
According to the website, Kylie is wanting a complete rundown as to her fortune, and has even sought the advice of her older sisters about how much they receive per episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians, and how much they pay their mother for managerial fees. Kylie also reportedly said she doesn’t think Kris Jenner is being completely honest with her about how much money she actually has.
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) August 12, 2015
“Kylie is demanding that Kris give her access to her entire fortune immediately,” the source added. “She says she even suspects that her mother is not being completely honest with her about how much money she really has.”
“She has even been going behind Kris’ back and asking her sisters how much money they get paid per episode for the show and how much money they each pay Kris for managerial fees. She is saying that it is her money and she wants all of it now.”
— People magazine (@people) August 11, 2015
Do you think Kylie Jenner should be allowed to have complete access to her fortune now that she is of legal age? Just because you turn 18, does that mean you have the mentality to have control over that much money? Leave your comments below.
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