Reality TV star Kylie Jenner was forced to seek out a restraining order after a man allegedly trespassed onto her property, leading her to fear for her daughter’s safety.
Jenner, 22, requested the order after a man she did not know showed up at her house on Tuesday, October 29, according to court documents obtained by E! News. Without naming the suspect, the outlet reports that he somehow made his way into Jenner’s gated community, walked up her driveway, and knocked “aggressively” on her front door. He allegedly claimed that he was there to visit Jenner, but her security detail escorted him off of the property and he was later arrested, according to the outlet.
Jenner, who lives in Calabasas, California, requested the temporary order on Wednesday, and wrote in her declaration that the man “follows me and members of my family on social media, using two separate Instagram accounts and a Facebook account,” according to The Blast.
She claimed that the man, who the outlet also chose not to name, was arrested for a felony in 2018. She stated that she has never met or spoken with the man, and that he has “absolutely no reason” to contact her or show up on her property; the attempt “to gain access to my home and to evade the security measures I have in place scares me,” she wrote, according to the outlet.
“I have suffered, and continue to suffer, emotional distress,” she said.
Jenner gave birth to her daughter, Stormi Webster, who she shares with rapper Travis Scott, last February. She addressed her fears as a mother in the declaration, writing, “I have a young child and I also fear for her safety.”
Authorities confronted the man and arrested him for being under the influence, TMZ reports, citing unnamed law enforcement sources. The L.A. County District Attorney’s Office has hit him with a misdemeanor trespassing charge as well as a felony charge of bringing contraband into a jail because the man was allegedly in possession of a glass pipe, according to the outlet.
A judge has since ordered the man to maintain 100 feet of distance between himself and Jenner, her home, her place of business, and her car, according to E! News. A court hearing on the matter is slated to take place on Nov. 20.
Jenner has not publicly addressed the incident, and her representatives have not responded to E! News’ request for comment.
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