Kim Kardashian's half-sister Kendall Jenner has spoken out to blast false reports suggesting she and her younger sister illegally gained entry into a 21-and-over club last week (ends18Oct13) by using fake identity cards. The 17-year-old model and her sibling Kylie, 16, were snapped at the Vignette lounge in Los Angeles on 15 October (13), raising suspicions about how they managed to convince doormen to let them in. Their manager mother, Kris Jenner, insisted the teens were admitted without IDs, but the manager of the venue, who claimed he had no idea who the Keeping Up With the Kardashians regulars were, accused them of flashing falsified documents to get into the club. The allegations reportedly prompted officials at the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to launch an investigation into the controversy, but on Wednesday (23Oct13), Jenner had had enough and took to her Twitter.com blog to clear up the gossip. In a series of posts, she writes, "I am so done with everyone making my little sister and I out to be something that we are not. shut up with these stupid rumors and stories. no one has fake ID's and no one's partying. we know that's what all you slimy media people want to see but that is not going to happen. we're smarter than that, we have goals and personally I think it's sad that some people sit at their desk making things up about girls that are trying to have a career just like everybody else. get over it. no story here." Kendall and Kylie Jenner are Kris' two kids with her estranged husband, former Olympian Bruce Jenner.