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Even though Kendall Jenner is only 18, she expects you to bring her booze in a restaurant if she orders it. Never mind that a business could lose its license or the server who brings her the booze can go to jail, Kendall Jenner wants it. Unlike most teens who are denied and then just meekly carry on with their dinner plans, Kendall Jenner got up and left the restaurant. Without paying her bill. She and Hailey Baldwin (both above) had eaten about $60 worth of food before leaving and their waitress had to chase the pair down the streets of NYC. When she caught up with the pair, Kendall reached in her wallet without asking how much she owed and took a couple of $20 bills and threw them at the face of the waitress before continuing. Yeah, she should be a fun person in a few more years of being spoiled.
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