Kendall Jenner isn't so innocent after all.
The 20-year-old model appears in LOVE magazine's spring/summer 2016 LOVE Club issue, where she gets candid about her personal life.
In one of the pics from the photoshoot, Kendall dons a messy, bright blue wig, oversized Alexis Bittar earrings and smeared eye makeup as she poses topless in a bathtub. But her tell-all interview with the magazine, titled "5 Minutes With Kendall Jenner," turned out to be even more revealing than the photos.
Though she says she "wasn't a bad kid," Kendall admits she did have a little bit of a naughty past.
"I was pretty terrified of anyone older than me, so I wouldn't say I did anything crazy," she explains. "But then when I got to high school, I used to pretend that I had work, and I would go and tell the head of school that I really needed to leave and I was really stressed out because I had work. But then I would just leave school, and I would bring [my sister] Kylie [Jenner] with me, but she didn't get permission. I would just leave school and go hang out with my boyfriend and go get food and do absolutely nothing."
She also opened up about what it's like to constantly be in the spotlight with her famous family. When asked what she would do if she could get revenge on the paparazzi, her response was quite hilarious.
"If I could get back at the paparazzi, I would get paint ball guns and paint ball them all day," Kendall jokes. "Or I would get my own camera and I'd go stalk them and their families and take pictures of their children all day."
Hear the full interview here.
In more Jenner news, the brunette beauty and her youngest sister, Kylie, debuted their ready-to-wear clothing line, Kendall + Kylie, in January. As ET previously reported, the pieces will be available in "luxury retailers," like Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, this month.
"It has been both of our dreams to be able to share our inspiration with our fans," Kylie explained. "There's a lot of range -- outfits you can wear every day, nighttime looks and some surprise statement pieces as well."