Kylie Jenner Made Jordyn Woods Finally Pick Up Her Things From Their Once-Shared Home For This Reason

Hilary Weaver

From Marie Claire

Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods have been through the drama-rum0r-mill wringer this year after Woods allegedly hooked up with Khloé Kardashian's ex, Tristan Thompson. Woods, who once lived in Jenner's Hidden Hills, California, home, had reportedly kept several things there-until Jenner asked her to remove them. TMZ says Jenner made this decision to please an unnamed member of her family.

According to a report from TMZ, a member of Jenner's family recently saw that Woods had not picked up her things from Jenner's home and was upset. The cheating scandal first broke in February, which means Woods hasn't been in a rush to come by and get her belongings, and Jenner was clearly not demanding it.

TMZ said that Jenner and Woods have remained amicable, but the two are not nearly as close as they were in the past. In March, TMZ reported that Jenner decided that she is giving up on reconciling with Woods and is "moving on."

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After seeing Woods talk with her family friend Jada Pinkett Smith on her show, Red Table Talk, Jenner was reportedly even more sure that "Jordyn wronged Khloé."

TMZ reports that Jenner was not home when Woods came by to pick up her belongings. The housekeeper reportedly let her in without any issues.

After everything went down, Woods and Jenner began to individually pick up their lives and move forward. They were both at Coachella last month, though of course not together. Jenner's sister Kendall was also at the festival and reportedly had an awkward moment with Woods, per People.

Kendall was reportedly sitting with her friend Hailey Baldwin at the Bootsy Bellows Pool Party when Woods walked by with her friend Jaden Smith.

"They made eye contact and you could see that they all thought this is awkward-they were saying it with their eyes and body language," a source told People. "It wasn’t hard to see the tension and the awkwardness."

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