Kylie Jenner helped tattoo her initials on the hand of Lionel Richie's son ... which is both stupid and not entirely legal ... and TMZ has the video.
It all went down at a recording studio in Hollywood on Friday night. According to our sources, Kylie was there with sister Khloe Kardashian, French Montana and Miles Richie.
When we were 16, we killed time in a bunch of pretty ridiculous ways. But somehow we never did manage to illegally take over for a tattoo artist in order to tattoo our friend’s hand while hanging out at a recording studio. That is just one more way we differ from Kylie Jenner, who was caught on video by TMZ inking pal Miles Richie (yep, Nicole‘s little brother) while sister Khloe Kardashian and Khloe's rumored boyfriend French Montana looked on.
According to TMZ, Jenner was with her friends at a Hollywood recording studio, where tattoo artist John Petro came to give Miles some ink. She then wanted to try it, donned gloves and (with Petro’s guidance) left her initials on Richie’s right hand. In the video, she giggles as she uses the tattoo pen to leave her mark.
We're told Miles (who is 19) was getting ink from John Petro, who has tatted up the likes of Soulja Boy and Lil Wayne ... when Kylie decided she wanted to help out.
Sources say Kylie threw on some gloves and put her hands on top of Petro's as he administered the tat -- sorta like when a father lets his kid sit in his lap and "drive" a car.
But according to the LA County Dept. of Public Health, only people over 18 can give tattoos -- or even participate in the process -- and Kylie is only 16. If authorities decide to go after Jenner, she could be hit with a misdemeanor and fined up to $1,000 ... and Petro could have his license suspended.
As for Richie ... well his punishment lasts for eternity.
One reason we never got around to giving our friends tattoos? It’s illegal without a license — and, oh yeah — if you’re under 18. We don't know who ratted on Jenner, but if we were Richie, we’d be much more embarrassed that everyone knows how we got our latest (and least artistic) tattoo.
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