Kendall Jenner's dog reportedly bit a girl in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The police were called to the scene at the Beverly Glen Deli but the reality star and her boyfriend Ben Simmons had reportedly already left.
Meanwhile, another source insists the reality star stayed at the eatery with the girl until she knew she was ok.
Ironically, Jenner recently posted an image of her lying beside her dog on a lounger via Instagram which read: Cute but she'll rip your face off.
A call was made to the LAPD after the young girl was allegedly bitten by Jenner's Doberman Pinscher.
The girl and her mom were sitting on the patio of the restaurant close to the where the couple were also sitting.
The Doberman – which was harnessed at the time – then nipped at the girl.
An insider told RadarOnline.com that the incident happened around 10am and that the victim was around 10-years-old.
They added: "It wasn't a terrible bite ... maybe just a nibble.
"Her skin wasn't broken, but it was red. Whosever dog did it just left, and the mom was very unhappy about that. The people who owned the dog should've taken responsibility.
"We did give the little girl an ice pack and made sure she was OK."
When the mother came back outside to confront the couple they had already paid the bill and left the deli.
Although a source close to the situation denies it, the police then arrived on scene and took a report – they referred the case to Animal Control.
No paramedics were called to treat the victim.
A pal close to Jenner slams the rumor, telling Radar when the reality star knew the little girl was ok, she got up while her friend paid the bill, adding the dog "did not make contact with the little girl" nor did it bite her.
Rumors that she “vanished" are also "untrue," claimed the friend.
The dog did not make contact with the little girl. The dog didn’t bite her.
The model's most recent Instagram post with her dog saw her in a sexy latex outfit beside her pet with the caption: listen to momma.
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