The Jenner sisters were shown on the covers of several magazines looking exhausted in the back seat of a car outside Vignette Lounge, a 21-plus establishment that was holding a sex-themed event that night. The club's manager told TMZ that if the Jenner girls were in his club, it's because they used faked identification.
Kendall was first to address the rumors to his social media followers, writing yesterday, "I am so done with everyone making my little sister and I out to be something that we are not. shut up with these stupid rumors and stories.
"No one has fake ID's and no one's partying. we know that's what all you slimy media people want to see but that is not going to happen.
"We're smarter than that, we have goals and personally I think it's sad that some people sit at their desk making things up about girls that are trying to have a career just like everybody else. Get over it. No story here."
Minutes later Kylie continued the conversation, writing, "Bout to be straight up because I'm sick & tired of the rumors this past week.
"I'm sorry to disappoint, but Kendall & I will not grow up to be let downs. I know that's what some people would unfortunately like to see but I'm not going to sit around and let grown adults create untrue stories about me underage drinking & partying every night with a fake I.D."
Kylie then claimed, "And F.Y.I. regarding the "club nights", I was with my father & family supporting my brother and sister-in-law. We can stop with all the stories now."
Her final post was, "And to all the young girls out there just like me, carry yourself with class and dignity and don't let ANYONE determine your future."
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is currently investigating the situation and has asked for security camera footage to determine who is at fault for the alleged admission of the underage girls.