Kylie Jenner defends tense 'don't touch me' encounter with tween fan: 'U can't be doing that'
Kylie Jenner found herself in an uncomfortable situation on Thursday night.
While stepping out for dinner with friends at celeb hot spot Craig's in West Hollywood, California, she scolded a young fan who got a little too close for comfort.
The tween was attempting to get a selfie with the 18-year-old reality star, and after pulling on Kylie's arm continuously, Kylie stopped to look back at her and replied, "Don't touch me."
Kylie then met up with her older sister, 20-year-old Kendall Jenner, at The Roxy.
But the same fan and her two friends had better luck with Kendall, when the trio caught up with the model later that evening at The Nice Guy, another popular Los Angeles hangout. Kendall stopped to take a picture with the three girls, the kind gesture causing one of them to burst into tears of happiness, the Daily Mail reports.
On Friday, Kylie explained the awkward incident on Twitter, when one user called the fan "annoying." The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star revealed that she met up with the girl after the tense incident caught on camera, and even took pictures with her.
"She wasn't annoying. She came in the restaurant after and I had a talk with her and we took photos," Kylie tweeted. "She just apologized for grabbing on to me so hard... & said she was a big fan and we embraced & took pics."
"I just said u can't be doing that," Kylie added. "It's scary when I can't see & have no security already."
Last September, actress Jessica Alba said she was shoved by Kylie's bodyguards at the Opening Ceremony show during New York Fashion Week.
"I got, like, body checked," she told host Andy Cohen on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live. "Yeah, and it was like, by two of them. I was like, 'Whoa, whoa! What's happening?'"
Kylie later sent the Honest Company entrepreneur flowers.