Kylie Jenner did it again. The 16-year-old half sister of Kim Kardashian is reportedly slapped with two traffic violation tickets on Monday in Los Angeles, just six months after she was issued a ticket for speeding. This time the teenager violated the traffic rules by driving her Mercedes Benz SUV which had tinted glasses. Having tinted glasses in ones' car is illegal in California.
Kylie was also reportedly issued another ticket for allegedly driving with a co-passenger and her good friend Shamari Berkley who is a teenager too, TMZ reports. Under the California law, it is illegal to drive with a teenager, unless an adult over 25 is also accompanying them but in Kylie's case, both she and Shamari are teenagers. In January, the "Keeping up with the Kardashians" star was pulled over by Los Angeles cops and allegedly ticketed for driving above the required speed limit.
Her tryst with the cops does not end here. In 2013, Kylie reportedly caused a three car crash with her brand new Mercedes Benz SUV. The teenager got the license to drive less than a month ago when she caused the car crash.
Kylie was recently in news when she posted a video on Vine - a video sharing Web site where she is seen driving her luxury car and taking the video side by side. The teenager is seen wearing a faded grey t-shirt and tiny denim shorts as she drives her car.
Check out the Vine video here where Kylie is so immersed in music from her car's music system that she is seen closing her eyes behind the wheel. The Mirror has criticized the teenager for posing for a picture while driving. "The 16-year-old was captured taking her hands off the wheel as she flicked her hair and danced to sultry music while sat in the driver's seat," writes The Mirror.
"Kylie took her love affair with social media a little too far as she posed for a video while driving," the Web site added.
Kylie, along with her elder sister Kendall Jenner, has been in news lately for various reasons. The two hosted the MuchMusic awards in Canada and even released a book together titled "Rebels: City of Indra."