The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star previously denied allegations of her rude behavior when she was at Mercer Kitchen, tweeting, 'I was raised better than that.'
Kendall Jenner reportedly is threatening to sue a waitress for defamation after she alleged that the reality star threw some money in her face. According to a letter by Jenner's lawyer Marty Singer, obtained by TMZ, the 18-year-old model indeed went to New York City restaurant Mercer Kitchen last Monday, August 4 but she denied the alleged rude behavior following a dine and dash.
In the letter, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star admitted that she forgot to pay. The waitress followed her outside and the model was "extremely apologetic" after realizing the mishap. Jenner then paid $33 for the meal and a $7 tip which she "politely handed" to her, the letter continued.
A report of Jenner's rude treatment to the waitress emerged a few days ago. According to Page Six, the reality star was at the restaurant alongside Stephen Baldwin's daughter Hailey Baldwin. The report alleged that Jenner was unhappy when the eatery denied serving her alcoholic drinks because she is under 21 and left without paying.
Jenner then was said throwing a couple of $20 bills at MTV "Skins" alum Blaine Morris, who served them, when she allegedly asked about the bill. "That horrible moment you chase a kardashian down the street because she forgot to pay her bill to be thrown money in your face," Morris tweeted later. The post is no longer available.
Jenner has denied the story in some Twitter posts which were sent out on Tuesday. "These rumors r absolutely ridiculous! I would never throw money in anyone's face or act that disrespectfully. I was raised better than that. Said it once and I'll say it again, don't believe everything you read!" she said.