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Kylie Jenner: Is Youngest Kardashian in Legal Hot Water for Tattoo Job?

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Thursday, 15 May 2014 08:37 AM

By Michael Mullins

Kylie Jenner, the youngest member of the Kardashian clan at 16, could face legal consequences for tattooing her initials onto a friend's hand, a violation of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's rule that a person must be at least 18 to tattoo another person.

A video of Jenner reportedly tattooing Lionel Richie's 19-year-old son, which was published and first reported on by the celebrity news site TMZ, was taken on May 9 in Los Angeles, California, where Jenner, accompanied by her older sister Khloe Kardashian, is seen branding the teen's hand with "KJ."

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Richie was reportedly in the chair to receive a more ornate ink job from tattooist John Petro.

If police decide to pursue the matter, Jenner could face a $1,000 fine and a misdemeanor charge for the ink job, while Petro could possibly have his license suspended.

As is the case for many young, wealthy elites in Hollywood, Jenner is no stranger to controversy. Last August, the teen crashed her $125,000 Mercedes just days after it was given to her as a birthday present.

According to TMZ, Jenner rammed her starter car, a luxe SUV, into the back of a Toyota, which then pushed into the back of a Subaru SUV.

No charges were filed against Jenner for the multi-car accident.

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