Kylie Jenner's love for social media could pose a serious security threat
Kylie Jenner is a social media guru with more than 46.5 million Instagram fans and 13.1 million Twitter followers, but putting her life out there for the world to see could be doing her some serious harm.
Jenner had a crazed admirer visiting her home last week — but he has reportedly been to the property more than 10 times — and cops are getting worried that her social media posts are flaunting her wealth (posts that include images of expensive jewelry, watches and cars) and putting her on the radar for burglars and other unsavory types.
In addition to the pictures of her possessions, Jenner also shares snaps of her home, and police reportedly think stalkers will use the images to find her.
It's not just law enforcement that is worried about Jenner's social media use, though, because according to the gossip site, momager Kris Jenner and other members of the clan also are concerned. They reportedly believe Kylie is overdoing it and sharing too much information about her life and her surroundings online.
However, Jenner does have plans to bid farewell to Instagram, just not anytime soon. Speaking during an interview with Elle magazine, she said, "I would love to have a family and build a home with a farm in Malibu Canyon and just have my kids and throw away my phone, and just really, like, live my life and not do this anymore.
"Once I have a kid, I'm not going to be on Instagram."