Jordyn Woods may have somewhat repaired her friendship with Kylie Jenner, but the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan might not be ready to forgive her yet.

Things have been tense between Woods and the Kardashian-Jenner family after reports of her hooking up with Khloe Kardashian's baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, surfaced in February. And the tension between her and Khloe's family was reportedly palpable when Woods had a run-in with Kendall Jenner at Coachella.

Over the weekend, Woods reportedly had a tense encounter with Jenner, 21, at the Bootsy Bellows party presented by McDonalds & Pacsun. A witness revealed that Jenner, who came with Hailey Baldwin, apparently made Woods "uncomfortable" during the bash.

"Hailey and Kendall saw Jordyn and both gave her a stare," an onlooker told Us Weekly. "Jordyn was visibly uncomfortable by their reaction."

Aside from the tension with Jenner, Woods reportedly also had an argument with her mom Elizabeth during the party. "As Jordyn was sitting, her and her mom were in a bit of an argument and she told her mom, 'I don’t want to discuss this right now,'" the source explained.

According to Us Weekly, Woods, who had been enjoying the festivities with pal Jaden Smith, reportedly left the party soon after her run-in with Jenner and Baldwin. The two models apparently looked much happier and "a lot more social with everyone" after Woods exited.

This latest sighting comes several weeks after news broke that she made out with Thompson at a party earlier this year. Woods moved out of best friend Kylie's pool house after the scandal surfaced and went to live with her mother.

Woods later sat down for an interview with Jada Pinkett-Smith on her show, "Red Table Talk." During the chat, she confessed that she did kiss the basketball star, but she insisted that there was "no passion" and "no tongue."

However, Kylie seemed to have thawed out recently as she recently changed her Twitter header to a photo with Woods in it, according to Daily Mail.

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Jordyn Woods poses backstage during The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2019 at Hammerstein Ballroom on February 7, 2019 in New York City Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz