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Kylie Jenner Injured on Trampoline, Documents Incident on Social Media

By Michael Mullins   |   Thursday, 06 Feb 2014 10:46 AM

Kylie Jenner, the 16-year-old reality TV star and daughter of Olympic Gold medalist Bruce Jenner and his wife Kris Kardashian, was taken to the hospital earlier this week after injuring herself in a trampoline accident.

Kylie's sister, 29-year-old Khloé Kardashian, was jumping up and down with her sister on the bouncy device when the accident occurred. Kardashian later posted on Instagram a series of photos that show the trampoline accident as it unfolded.

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Kylie addressed the incident on her own Instagram feed, posting a photo after the accident.

Kylie then posted another photo of the incident on the Kardashian page, writing underneath it: "This means war, Khloe. P.S. It was painful taking this photo,'" Us Weekly reported.

Kardashian responded by posting another photo that showed the 16-year-old clutching her back by herself with the caption, "Kylie, this is proof you did it to yourself! Sorry not sorry! Just kidding, I am sorry my little bug a boo. Let the war continue!!!"

A model and brand ambassador for Seventeen, Kylie Jenner is a star of the reality TV show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." She has also launched her own clothing line with her sister Kendall at the retailer PacSun.

Kylie and her sister Kendall are the only children from the marriage of Bruce and Kris Jenner, who separated last year after 22 years of marriage, though they have not filed for divorce.

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