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Kylie Jenner Allegedly Causes Three-Car Collision In Calabasas
Kylie Jenner has officially earned her stripes as an L.A. driver—the 16-year-old reportedly caused a three-car collision in Calabasas yesterday when she rear-ended the car in front of her, causing to rear-ended the car in front of it.
TMZ reports that the accident happened at about 5 p.m., and that after she hit the first vehicle, Jenner got out and apologized, exchanging insurance info with all involved.
No one was injured in the crash.
Kylie turned 16 at the beginning of the month, and has been driving for all of 18 days. Her car—the one involved in the crash—is a $125,000 Mercedes SUV.
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