Apparently, you can't do whatever you want when you're Kendall Jenner.
E! News exclusively learns the famous 19-year-old was denied entry at the Neon Carnival party in Coachella on Saturday night because of their strict 21-and-over policy.
Jenner, who was covering her face with bandanas, arrived at the event with Justin Bieber and a large group of about 20 pals late in the evening, a source tells E! News.
According to the insider, security stopped Biebs and his group and demanded to see everyones IDs. Once they saw that Kendall was underage, they refused to allow her inside. Justin caused an enormous scene and threw a fit to try and let his famous friend inside, but security didn't budge. So, they all left.
A rep for the family hasn't responded to request for comment.
Meanwhile, Bieber, who was expected at the party, returned later with a smaller group of people (no Kendall) and partied with other celebs who were present, including Chris Brown, Aaron Paul, Scott Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio and many, many more.
The famed late-night outdoor dance party created by Brent Bolthouse and returned to Indio, Calif., on April 11 for the sixth consecutive year with amusement park rides, games and more.
Paper Magazine presented this year's event along with partners Pac Sun, Dope the movie, and Tequila Don Julio. In addition to the traditional Neon Carnival games and activities, guests enjoyed DJ sets by DJ Politik, Jesse Marco, Kayper, DJ Ruckus and surprise guest A-Trak who closed out the night with his hip-hop inspired set.
Other notable attendees included Patrick Schwarzenegger, MUSE, Julianne Hough, Joe Jonas, Dylan Penn, Zoe Kravitz, Ashley Greene, Laura Prepon, Jack Falahee, Matt McGorry, Paris and Nicky Hilton, Hilary Duff, Sarah Hyland, Brody Jenner, Amber Rose and Mark Ballas