Kylie Jenner has been blasted online for appearing to consistently break Los Angeles lockdown restrictions despite urging her millions of fans to stay home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 22-year-old billionaire has been documenting her life on Instagram as usual, but in doing so has unintentionally drawn attention to the fact she's relocated several times and visited friends and family.
UK tabloid The Sun suggested Jenner was "the world's biggest Covidiot" for flouting California's stay-at-home order on many occasions - the first time just two weeks after the regulations were put in place.
Kim Kardashian stitched her half-sister up during an appearance on The Jimmy Fallon Show, where she revealed Jenner had "snuck around" to their mother's house to help Kardashian do her make-up for the show.
A couple of weeks later, Jenner gave fans a guided tour of her mum Kris Jenner's mansion in Palm Springs, where it appeared she was visiting for the Easter Break.
Then the following week, the Kylie Cosmetics founder was visiting her best friend, Instagram influencer Anastacia Karanikolaou - better known as Stassi - at her house in Hollywood.
The next stop on Jenner's rule-breaking tour was her new house - a US$36.5 million mansion in Los Angele's Holmby Hills, according to The Sun, where the make-up mogul posed for a series of poolside Instagram pictures.
Before moving in, it appeared Jenner had visited her old property in Calabasas, as evidenced by photos of her daughter Stormi in the recognisable garden. She also may have visited her "quarantine friend" Stassi again for another catch-up in which they filmed a TikTok challenge together.
Stormi's father Travis Scott, whom Jenner has had an on-again-off-again relationship with, appeared to be isolating with her for at least some of the time.