Kylie Jenner has bought a $12 million mansion in Los Angeles.
The 19-year-old reality TV star splashed out on the palatial pad in Hidden Hills, where she already owns two other homes, worth $6 million and $4.5 million.
E! News reports that Kylie's latest mansion has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a game room, pool, spa and massage room and sits on 1.4 acres of land.
Meanwhile, Kylie's phone number was recently taken out of circulation for a year after her furious half-brother Rob Kardashian leaked her digits online in retaliation for what he thought was his fiancée Blac Chyna being snubbed from their baby shower.
Those attempting to dial the number shortly after it was published were greeted with silence, and mobile operator Verizon confirmed to TMZ they are treating the beauty as a customer who has been "harassed" and will be taking her number out of circulation for a year, instead of their usual 50-day policy.
Rob, 29, posted her digits and wrote: "Didn't invite the Mother of my child to a baby shower you all were trying to throw for me ? You all must have lost your damn minds ,,, ... I ain't hacked either this is rob dog lol (sic)"
However, it was later claimed the sock designer - whose first child with Chyna is due to be born in November - had "overreacted" as the make-up artist had been invited but was unable to attend.
A source said: "Rob was told that the shower was still going on for him but Chyna couldn't make it, but he misunderstood the entire thing and overreacted.
"The girls knew Chyna couldn't make it, and Chyna was cool with it, but Rob thought something was being done behind closed doors to make sure she couldn't be there."
Rob later admitted the drama stemmed from a "miscommunication" on his part.
He said: "It was miscommunication on my end. I thought they weren't having Chyna at our baby shower. They were trying to do a little surprise 'guy' baby shower for me before Chyna's shower and I was just upset trying to fight for Chyna like, 'Yo, she has to be at the baby shower. She's birthing my child. She needs to be there.' It was literally miscommunication and I probably shouldn't have went on Twitter, but I did.
I kind of took all my anger out on Kylie and my family. It wasn't just Kylie, it was my whole family. I went in on them on group text. And I was just being petty and posted [Kylie's] number."