Los Angeles - Police and social services reportedly completed a welfare check on Kylie and Kendall Jenner last week according to RadarOnline.
The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and members of the police force arrived at Kris and Bruce Jenner's Calabasas home after an anonymous caller claimed their two youngest daughters, Kylie, 15, and Kendall, 16, were in danger.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "On Friday [26 October] several sheriff's deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lost Hills station and social workers from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services made an unexpected visit to Bruce and Kris Jenner's house after someone made an anonymous call that their daughters were in danger and in distress.
Kris and Bruce cooperated fully
"Social workers met with the girls individually and determined that they were fine but out of an abundance of caution, cops and social workers already made another visit to the house on Monday afternoon before they officially close the case.
"Under California law, anytime a call is made to DCFS alleging that a minor is in danger, whether of physical or emotional abuse, it must be investigated."
Kris and Bruce were horrified by the phone call but made sure to work with the police and social services.
The insider added: "Kris and Bruce were obviously upset that someone said their girls were in danger, because it's just not true.
"Bruce and Kris cooperated fully with social workers and the police. They have nothing to hide, and understand that the authorities are just doing their jobs."