Model Victoria Vanna accused Kylie Jenner of "bullying" her on set of Tyga's 2015 music video.
Vanna said on TikTok Jenner was "whispering and pointing and making fun of how I was dancing."
Jenner denied the claims, commenting "this never happened" on an Instagram repost of Vanna's video.
Kylie Jenner has denied allegations that she bullied model Victoria Vanna on the set of Jenner's then-boyfriend Tyga's music video, which was released over five years ago.
In a TikTok video posted last week, the model accused the Kylie Cosmetics founder and Jenner's friends, Stassie Karanikolaou and Jordyn Woods, of ridiculing her dancing while she filmed Tyga's "Ice Cream Man" music video, which was released in October 2015.
However, when Instagram-based gossip account The Shade Room shared Vanna's TikTok on Thursday, Jenner took to the comments section to shut down the bullying accusations, writing "this never happened."
Vanna's TikTok detailing her bullying claims against Jenner and Jenner's friends was captioned "it's tea time🐸 ☕️ #La edition... being a model isn't always as fun as it seems especially around celebs."
Across the screen, she wrote, "The time i did tygas music video & Kylie Jenner was on set bullying me w her friends."
"Kylie was on set with Jordan and Stass and another girl who was her assistant, I believe. But anyways, as soon as I walked out, she was looking me up and down whispering and pointing and making fun of, like, how I was dancing. Just making fun of me, clearly," the model said in the video.
Then, in a "part 2" video, Vanna elaborated on the experience and described a later encounter she said she had with Jenner and Jenner's friends in the parking lot.
"So I go outside and Kylie and all of her friends came outside too and they went to her Rolls Royce. I remember it was a white Rolls Royce in the parking lot. It was like they were following me. They were all in there, eating McDonald's, and then I was like walking by and I could just hear them," she said.
"Inside, they were pointing and laughing at me and I walk outside and they're literally still talking about me," she continued.
"I felt my face get hot, because I was like excited to meet her, and I just felt bullied for no reason. And I really was so excited that she was even there. And everyone told me not to worry because she was a b---- when she was on set places," Vanna added.
While the model claims to have had this experience with the makeup mogul in 2015, she said she is not mad at Jenner, concluding, "In no way am I mad or saying this is who she still is, but this is just what happened to me. Just don't bully people."
Representatives for Jenner and Vanna didn't immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment.
Jenner and Tyga dated from 2014 until March 2017.
"I have love for her, but I'm not in love no more," the rapper told Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club a few months after their breakup, according to Elite Daily. "When you're with anybody that first year, it's magic and then after that you start realizing a bunch of s--t. I think the main thing was a lot of people - a lot of outside influences."
"She's younger than me and she's dealing with perception. I'm older so I can deal with perception. But for her, growing up how she grew up, image and perception was everything," he added.
Jenner later dated Travis Scott, with whom she shares her daughter Stormi Webster, from 2017 until late 2019. Rumors have continued to swirl around their possible reconciliation ever since their breakup, though they haven't officially confirmed a reunion.
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