- For Kylie Jenner, there is no price too high when it comes to the safety of her family
- The young entrepreneur and reality TV star has no problem in paying $300-$400,000 (about N13.6 million) every month for security
- Caitlyn Jenner made the reveal on the UK reality show, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Being a celeb comes with many perks and many sacrifices. Having the money to afford good security is one perk that fixes the problem of safety.
Many celebs aren't afraid to spend hundreds of thousands to keep their loved ones safe, and Kylie Jenner is one of them.
The young businesswoman and reality TV star pays a whopping N13.6 million every month to ensure her family's safety with the help of security, as reported on by IOL News.
The 22-year-old has a 21-month old baby, Stormi, with rapper Travis Scott and spares no expense in making sure nothing bad happens to her.
Caitlyn Jenner shared the estimated number while on the UK reality TV show, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!'.
"I bet you Kylie will spend anywhere between dollars a month on security, everywhere she goes. It's a big operation."
Legit.ng gathered that there's a reason the young woman spends so much on security. Brandon Sevilla Martinez stalked her and was put in jail earlier in November after he arrived at her home.
He had a glass pipe on him at the time. He pleaded no contest to one misdemeanour count of trespass and one felony count of bringing contraband into jail.
Meanwhile, born Bruce Jenner, 70-year-old transgender Caitlyn Jenner has undergone several surgeries including gender reassignment surgery to become a woman. However, despite her journey to becoming a transgender Jenner admits that one thing she misses is the fact that urinating in the shower is not as much fun as it used to be.
She disclosed this during a hilarious conversation with Myles Stephenson and Roman Kemp in the I'm A Celebrity reality TV show.
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