Kendall Jenner's Stalker Found Not Guilty, Despite Terrifying Her
He sneaked through her gates and banged on her car window while Kendall Jenner screamed.
McKenzie was first arrested in August after Jenner came home and found him waiting for her in the driveway. According to reports, he sneaked through the security gates at her home, and when Jenner pulled up, he began to bang on the window of her Range Rover while she cried and screamed. It wasn't the first time McKenzie approached her near her home, and the encounter left her "terrified."
Kendall was later called to testify against her alleged stalker in court.
"This is not how I want to be living. I really don't feel safe in my own house. I'm already the kind of person who's on edge," Jenner said, according to TMZ.
Despite Kendall's testimony, McKenzie avoided a conviction for stalking, but was found guilty of trespassing.
"It was all pretty clear. We were in agreement he had mental issues and needs treatment," one of the jurors, Miracle Jackson, told the Daily News.
McKenzie, who will be sentenced on November 11, faces up to 6 months in county jail.
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