It's not a G'day for Kim Kardashian.
Reports have surfaced that Australia's immigration authorities have placed the E! reality star on a watch list after an alleged visa violation—claiming to be a tourist when she entered the country last month to hawk her handbags.
Of course, we all know what happened next. The worldwide media circus generated by Kim's bombshell decision to end her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries prompted the celebutante to cut the trip short and hightail it back to the U.S.
But is it really true she breached the country's immigration rules? E! News has looked into it and can definitely say the answer is…
So true! That is, if Kim really did check the tourist box.
The Kardashian camp isn't commenting one way or another.
But a spokesperson for the Department of Immigration and Citizenship tells E! News that while it can't comment on Kim directly, if anyone states on their visa that they are tourist or visiting Oz for tourism and are found to be working, that person's visa could be canceled or revoked.
"All people entering Australia must abide the conditions of their visas. If people are taking on work in Australia, they need to be on an appropriate visa with work conditions attached to it," said the official.
But the Kourtney & Kim Take New York diva ended up canceling the last leg of her visit given all the negative press and harm it was doing to the brand, so much so that mom Kris Jenner did damage control on her behalf.
According to the spokesperson, any person that breaches the conditions, the department can counsel the violator on the conditions or place that person on the Movement Alert List, aka MAL, "the department's primary tool for protecting the country from those people who may pose a serious threat to the Australian community."
Kim a danger Down Under? Get outta here, mate!
"Their history will be taken into account should they apply for another visa to come to Australia in the future," the official added. "MAL is a computer database of details on people and travel documents of immigration concern to Australia which is used to screen possible visa issues."
Given all of Kim's personal problems right now, we'd argue there's no place like home.