Kylie Jenner Rehab Rumors: Using Drugs After Kim Kardashian Feud
Rumors are once again flying that Kylie Jenner, the youngest star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, may be headed to rehab. The laughable new tabloid report suggests that Kylie has turned to hard drugs, in an effort to make things more manageable at home. Reportedly, the 17-year-old reality star has been feuding with her big sister, Kim Kardashian.
Well, the tabloids are back at it - needlessly attacking Kylie Jenner yet again.
This week, not only have the tabloids suggested that she is pregnant with Scott Disick's baby, but an equally laughable report from Life & Style claims that Kylie is in desperate need of rehab.
According to the salacious (and inaccurate) article, Inquistr tells readers, Kylie has been abusing cocaine and Xanax:
"A new report is claiming that the 17-year-old is 'out of control' and is being forced to rehab against her will. It sounds like there's more going on with Kylie than fans know about...According to several new reports, Kylie Jenner is addicted to cocaine and Xanax. [Her family] is trying to stage an intervention around the young and impressionable teen. They're hoping that they can force the youngest Jenner sister into rehab as soon as possible."
Life & Style isn't the only media outlet to suggest that Kylie Jenner has been struggling with substance abuse, although no one has offered proof to support their outrageous claims.
Entertainment website Radar Online has, however, expressed some concern over Kylie's constant partying. According to their source, Kylie may party all the time, but she doesn't need rehab just yet:
"Kylie's partying isn't so severe that it requires any sort of intervention, but everyone thinks that it could eventually end up there because the girl is only a teenager and already getting crazy."
What do you think of the latest report? Is there any chance that Kylie is actually headed to rehab? Do you think the underage reality star is growing up too fast?
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