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Kylie Jenner 'flouts drought'

Published 28/08/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner and boyfriend Tyga have been cited for water wastage in California amid a drought.

Following an investigation by the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, the 18-year-old reality star and her 25-year-old beau are both culprits of failing to abide by California’s rules surrounding the usage of H2O while the state is suffering from a drought.

The documentation was obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, who say the District have employed a private security firm to help crack down on those ignoring the water restrictions.

Residents are only allowed to use a total of 15 minutes of outdoor water use twice a week.

According to the outlet, the security firm discovered 203 violations in the first month alone.

After turning 18 earlier this month, Kylie moved into a $2.7 million mansion in Calabasas, while her boyfriend Tyga rents a $10.2 million villa just a couple of blocks away.

Other stars who featured in another investigation running at the same time by TV channel NBC4 found local residents David Hasselhoff, Dr. Dre and Denise Richards all flouted the water rules.

Despite reportedly having been dating for several months, Kylie and Tyga only officially went public with their romance after the television personality reached her landmark birthday.

But now the pair are said to be seeking a pay cheque for the first picture of them kissing.

“If Kylie’s learned anything from her money making sisters it’s that you’ve got to pay to play!” a source told Hollywood Life.

“They know everyone wants to see them swap spit.”

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