Teen Millionaire Unable to Remove $5,000 Shackle

Kylie Jenner has been trapped in her Cartier Love bracelet "for, like, four years."
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Kylie Jenner at "GQ"'s Men of the Year Party at Chateau Marmont in December 2015. Photo: Mike Windle/Getty Images

Kylie Jenner at "GQ"'s Men of the Year Party at Chateau Marmont in December 2015. Photo: Mike Windle/Getty Images

A teenage millionaire who goes by the name of Kylie Jenner has been dealt a great burden: For several years, the 18-year-old has been unable to remove a piece of jewelry from her right wrist. You know when you're at a barbecue and it's 93 degrees outside and you just ate a cheeseburger and when you go to wash your hands you can't get your Catbird midi ring off your swollen, hot dog finger without applying a whole tub of lotion to it first? This situation is nothing like that.

In a new video posted to her favorite platform, Snapchat, on Tuesday, Jenner describes how she's been stuck wearing a $4,800 white gold Cartier Love bracelet — one of her six — for the past four years. As a security guard is shown taking a screw to the band in question, she says: "This bracelet has been stuck on for, like, four years, and no one at this store can get it off — not even the security." Jenner then shakes her head out of what appears to be frustration.

It is frustrating, Kylizzle. It sucks. 

It sucks when you're wearing a chain-mail dress to the American Music Awards and you don't want it to take any attention away from your naked thigh.

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

It sucks when you're trying to stick to a yellow gold color palette and it won't let you do your thing.

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

It sucks. But hey, at least it has some friends that come hang out every so often.

Photo: Vivien Killilea/Getty Images

Photo: Vivien Killilea/Getty Images

A representative for Cartier declined to comment on behalf of the company's client. We will keep Jenner in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

This story has been updated to include Cartier's response to our request for comment.