Kylie Jenner stuns in a leopard-print ski outfit as the reality star poses on a snowy bank

KYLIE Jenner heated up a snowbank rocking a skintight leopard-print ski outfit.

However she also recently had to file a restraining order against an apparently obsessed fan.

Kylie rocked a head-to-toe leopard-print ski jumpsuit out in the snow.

The mom and makeup mogul captioned the snaps: "Snow Leopard."

She has been spending time with her family at a Lake Tahoe mansion.

Kylie's look came complete with matching leopard gloves and bomber coat.

While she was enjoying her winter wonderland surroundings, Kylie had to file a restraining order against a man who tried to access her home last month, but accidentally found himself in the home of NBA player, DeMar DeRozan.

According to TMZ, a shirtless man broke into DeMar's home on November 19th, went to the second floor and encountered one of the basketball player's daughters.

The child told her father about the intruder, and he rushed upstairs and "chased the man out of his home."

Insiders close to police alleged the man, whose name is Justin Bergquist, according to TMZ, ran away and then returned a second time.

He was stopped by security officers before he could sneak into the gated community once more.

The man's target had actually been Kylie's home, sources revealed.

When it comes to Kylie's recent Instagram posts she was also slammed for "almost poking" Stormi's eye out with her long "claw" nails while baking Grinch cupcakes.

The video was part of a series she created where she and Stormi bake sweets together in their kitchen.

Past episodes have featured the pair making Christmas and Halloween cookies.

They also recently baked cupcakes to celebrate the launch of Kylie's new makeup collection.

Along with the video, Kylie, 23, shared a caption saying: "In celebration of my KYLIE X GRINCH collection launching today, Stormi and I made Grinch cupcakes!"

Stormi's father is Travis Scott, a rapper and performer, but the couple has since split and decided to co-parent.

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