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‘I’m guessing that’s why me and Kendall aren’t friends right now’: Australian model, 18, reveals Jenner blamed her for backstage bullying at Fashion Week




It is well known that Kendall Jenner’s transition from reality television star to international supermodel was met with a lot of resentment from other models.

Many believed her immediate success was a direct result of her Kardashian siblings, and one Australian model got swept up in the drama.

Despite having never spoken to Kendall, Adelaide’s Madison Stubbington has revealed in a new interview that she was blamed for a mean comment directed at the star during Fashion Week.

The stunning redhead, who has worked alongside Kendall on numerous occasions, recounted how a fellow model directed a ‘rude’ comment at the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star backstage at a fashion show.

Upon hearing the remark Kendall turned around, and locked eyes with Madison.

‘Kendall has turned around to see who has said it, she’s made eye contact with me, thinking I am the one who has said this horrible thing to her,’ Madison said.

‘So I’m guessing that’s why me and Kendall aren’t friends right now.’

In the interview on Mornings, Madison was quick to praise the star’s work ethic, which she described as ‘refreshing’.

‘She does the same as us, she’s there at the same call time she does night fittings with us I find that refreshing considering she could take advantage of who she is,’ Madison said.

At the time, Daily Mail Australia reported Kendall revealed she must ‘work harder’ to be taken seriously by the fashion pack.

‘People think that this [success] just came to me. But it didn’t. What I have has almost worked against me,’ she was reported as saying at the time

Madison Stubbington was recently named one of the top 50 models on the planet.

The Adelaide teenager has been pH๏τographed for Vogue by the renowned Annie Leibovitz, and appeared in The Best Redheads feature alongside Amy Adams and Julianne Moore.

She also appeared in US Vogue as one of the ‘Forces of Fashion: The designers, models and personalities defining our era’.

Madison sH๏τ the Gucci Jewellery Fall/Winter 2015 campaign, an achievement she is ‘super proud’ of.

In the future Madison hopes to grace the cover of Vogue Australia