Kendall Jenner has been forced to move out of her Beverly Hills home and has filed for two restraining orders after one man threatened to kill her and another broke into her property and attempted to take a swim in the nude, according to reports.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star filed for a temporary restraining order on Thursday against Shaquan King, 27, who made his way onto her property and began banging on her doors and windows, calling out her name, before taking off his clothes and attempting to jump into her swimming pool, according to TMZ.
The incident took place at around 2 a.m. on Sunday. Jenner was reportedly in her home but made no contact with King, who was detained by security guards and later arrested by police for misdemeanor trespassing. He spent six hours behind bars but was released due to jail COVID-19 protocols. Two days later, King was allegedly apprehended again after he was caught lingering around the gated community of Kendall Jenner's sister, Kylie. He was charged with felony stalking, the outlet noted.
A judge is currently reviewing Kendall Jenner's restraining order.
The reality TV star also filed for a restraining order on Monday against Malik Bowker, 24, who reportedly traveled across the country to purchase an illegal firearm. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Kendall Jenner stated that an LAPD detective had informed her of Bowker's alleged murder-suicide plan. A judge granted the restraining order, which requires Bowker to stay 100 feet away from her at all times. Bowker is being held on a temporary psychiatric hold at a local hospital's psychiatric ward, TMZ noted. Kendall meanwhile, has moved out of her home and increased her security.
This is not the first time Kendall Jenner has had to deal with home invaders and stalkers. In 2017, she was shaken after burglars targeted her home and stole pieces of her jewelry. Kendall had reportedly been out of her house for several hours, but upon her return noticed nothing amiss. However, when she later went to her bedroom, she discovered the valuable items missing.
The previous year an alleged stalker, Shavaughn McKenzie, followed her up the driveway to her home. McKenzie was arrested and charged with misdemeanor stalking and trespassing.
"I’ve never been so scared in my life," Jenner later told a Los Angeles jury hearing the case against McKenzie, according to Associated Press.
"It’s definitely put me even more on edge," she added. "I definitely don’t feel safe in my own house anymore."
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