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She’s Only 17! Kylie Jenner’s ‘Unsupervised’ European ‘Globetrotting’ Angers Family, ‘Kris Is To Blame’

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Oct. 23 2014, Published 12:01 p.m. ET

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Kylie Jenner is in Europe with rapper Tyga, and a close friend of the family tells exclusively that her father, Bruce Jenner, and her sisters are extremely angry about her unsupervised trip.

“They blame Kris because Kylie is only 17-years-old, and Kris needs to have more authority over her,” the insider says.

Tyga, 24, and the underage Jenner sister were spotted in England’s Gatwick Airport on Friday before traveling to France and Greece, where the young rapper had a concert on Oct. 19.

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As previously reported, the aspiring singer and the young rapper have been spending a lot of time together recently, dining at several Los Angeles restaurants the week prior to crossing the pond.

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are all extremely angry because Kylie is their baby and they think she should not be globetrotting in Europe unsupervised,” the friend tells

“She told Kris that she is going to help with her music career and learn the ins-and-outs, but they simply don’t buy it.”

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However, it is not only the female stars of Keeping up with the Kardashians that are angry about Kylie, who was recently featured on Time magazine’s Most Influential Teens list along with sister Kendall, 18, traveling “unsupervised.”

“Bruce has told Kris that Kylie is still his child and, even though he does not live there, he must be informed and give his approval before allowing her to fly around the globe,” the insider says.

“When she is 18 she can do what she wants, but not until then.”

Do you think that 17-year-old Kylie Jenner should have been allowed to travel to Europe alone with Tyga? Let us know in the comments.



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