During an interview with Australia's 2DayFM yesterday, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was asked about the confrontation.
"I do know that how it started was this person got really, a lot of racial, hateful, horrible things that he was saying. Apparently many times. Very hateful person. And I think that's where it started," said Jenner.
The family matriarch admitted she was slightly out of the loop on the incident because she's been out of town.
"I'm not quite sure how it ended," she noted. "I've literally been doing press all day today and have not been home so I haven't talked to anybody to give you a better update. But somebody got really out of line."
On Monday, police responded to a 911 call after West confronted a teen who was reportedly screaming racial slurs at fiancée Kim Kardashian while she was arriving to a design appointment.
According to the Beverly Hills Police Department, they are currently investigating a misdemeanor battery incident, with the subject named as Kanye West.
An E! News source described the teenager as an "around 18-year-old white man," who was later seen leaving the building with a sweatshirt wrapped around his head. According to a second source, Kim is currently "talking to her counsel and considering her options."
Meanwhile, on a lighter note, Jenner was asked during the interview how she stays on top of her family members' whereabouts.
"I do have Google Alerts, because sometimes that's how I keep track of these kids, because they're everywhere," she said. "If I don't have my little Google Alert every morning, how am I going to keep up with these Kardashians?"
Be sure to catch the season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 9 p.m. on E!