Kylie Jenner is absolutely devastated over claims that she stalked Chelsea Clark, and it’s over more than just what she’s calling a lie. Chelsea’s report paints Kylie as a bad role model — the poster child for the thing she’s been rallying against so hard!
Kylie Jenner, 18, is taking the lawsuit filed against her by Chelsea Clark, 17, with grace, but she’s tormented with the thought that she’s being painted as a bully, according to our EXCLUSIVE source. Kylie has maintained that Chelsea is lying, and she’s more determined than ever to make it all stop!
“Kylie swears this is a totally fake lawsuit,” a source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “Kylie isn’t expecting anything else to come of it because she has no idea who this Chelsea girl is. She says it’s all a big hoax.”
“It’s devastating because it makes her look like a bully. That’s something she’s so against, but she’s trying not to let it get to her,” our source continued. “She is confident her name will be cleared.”
What a terrible situation all around! Kylie is a passionate advocate for stopping bullying, and for someone to accuse her of being a bully herself makes her look totally hypocritical. If Kylie doesn’t even know the girl, as the source said, then this lawsuit (click to see those documents here) is even more messed up. This girl is accusing Kylie of something that didn’t even happen!
Chelsea accused Kylie of stalking her for three years over her relationship with Jaden Smith, 17. Kylie allegedly called Chelsea and told her to “leave her boyfriend alone,” according to the court docs. Over the years, it allegedly escalated to threatening messages and dark warnings, before Kylie declared “this is war.” Chelsea has asked for a restraining order against Kylie to end that alleged war.
This is so crazy! A hearing is scheduled for October 9; we’re very interested to see how this pans out — especially since Kylie is saying that she doesn’t even know Chelsea! Jaden, want to weigh in? HollywoodLifers, do you think this is all a hoax?
— Samantha Wilson, Reporting by Allison Swan