Kylie Jenner has been warned to limit her social media posts.
The 18-year-old reality TV star was recently advised by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to get a restraining order against an obsessive fan after he was apprehended earlier this month trying to get into her property and placed under a 72-hour hold.
And now, TMZ reports, Kylie has been told she should limit the amount of private information she puts on social media as obsessive fans could use the information to gain access to her home.
Kylie's mother Kris Jenner agrees with the advice.
Meanwhile, the intruder turned up to Kylie's home at least 10 times and thinks he is "soulmates" with the reality star.
He was placed under a second 72-hour hold after he escaped from a psychiatric ward and was recaptured by LA County Sheriff's deputies.
Kylie - who is dating rapper Tyga, 26 - recently admitted she wished she could lead a "normal" life.
She said: "All the time. I dream about [being normal]. I never wish to have somebody else's life - I was meant to have this life for a reason, and I'm going to make the best out of it. But I have normal friends. I sit at my house, and they practically live with me, and I watch them get ready to go to a high school party, hang out with their friends, go to concerts."
A new report states that Kylie will quit Instagram when she becomes a mother.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who is a lover of the photo-sharing site - admits she plans to ditch her 46.5 million followers once she gives birth to her first child.
She told ELLE magazine: "Once I have a kid, I'm not going to be on Instagram. I'll probably delete my Instagram and just ... I don't know, live life.
"I would love to have a family and build a home with a farm in Malibu Canyon and just have my kids and throw away my phone, and just really, like, live my life and not do this anymore."