(LOS ANGELES) — The Jenner family is fighting back against reports that Kendall Jenner, 17, and Kylie Jenner, 16, used fake IDs to enter Vignette Lounge, a 21-and-over club, in West Hollywood, Calif., Tuesday night.
TMZ reports a source connected to the reality show family denies the teens presented fake IDs to the doorman.
A club manager had previously told TMZ that the bouncers checked IDs at the door that evening, and did not know the Jenner girls despite their reality show fame. Both reportedly presented IDs showing them to be 21.
The manager added that the club is “very aware that underage celebrities try to drink illegally…so they’re very particular about checking IDs…especially when photographers are outside shooting everyone who goes in.”
The Jenner family reportedly claims that in fact the bouncer knew exactly who Kendall and Kylie were. They say the bouncer let the two teens inside the lounge without any proof of ID. Their older sister, Khloe Kardashian, and Scott Disick accompanied them as well.
Regardless, an official for the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control previously told TMZ that an investigation may be launched since the girls were spotted partying inside, and on Tuesday nights the club features nudity. The Jenner girls left with blankets over their heads to shield themselves from photographers on their way out.
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