The 68-year-old reality star is reportedly dating 21-year-old college student, Sophia Hutchins.The blooming relationship comes more than two years after the “I Am Cait” star divorced her ex-wife, Kris Jenner, with whom she shares two daughters, 20-year-old Kylie Jenner and 22-year-old Kendall Jenner.In one picture, posted on Hutchins’s Instagram, the twenty-something can be seen lounging on a couch in a white robe and white slippers while enjoying a sunset.In Jenner’s picture of the sunset, Hutchins’s feet and the couch she’s laying on can be seen in the photo." data-reactid="32"According to Radar Online, Hutchins, a Pepperdine University student, and Jenner recently vacationed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to celebrate the father of two’s 68th birthday.But because the students in question were 18, no charges were filed. The bills would prohibit any adult working or volunteering at a school from soliciting or engaging in sexual conduct, lewd conduct or a romantic relationship with a student.“If it’s a student and it’s a teacher, or any other personnel, employee of the district, then that is a relationship that is off-limits and unacceptable,” said Rep.In Jenner’s picture of the sunset, Hutchins’s feet and the couch she’s laying on can be seen in the photo., Hutchins is also transgender and was inspired to transition after watching Jenner’s 2015 “20/20” interview, in which the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star broke down her life-long struggle with gender identity.
Since neither Hutchins nor Jenner have spoken out on the rumors, everything is technically speculation.
A school resource officer at her old high school was fired last summer for sending inappropriate text messages to students at the school, she told the House Education Committee on Wednesday.
An investigation revealed that the officer had used law enforcement databases to target high school students who were 18 or older, she said.
Whether you’re 16 or 18, if you’re in high school no one really feels that’s a big difference while you’re there.” Mariano added that because of the power imbalance between school personnel and students, some students might be too scared to refuse sexual advances or report inappropriate behavior.
“Students can be really afraid of what the results of that could be, and that’s just not fair to them,” she said.
Ray Rodrigues, R-Estero, who sponsored one of the bills.