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Kendall Jenner has a bone to pick with TMZ.
The 22-year-old reality TV star recently accused the outlet of placing her in danger by publishing photos of her home and publicizing her location.
Jenner made headlines this week after her alleged stalker, 37-year-old John Ford, made it past security at the gated community where Jenner lives and managed to get onto her property not once, but twice. He was caught loitering beside the pool in her backyard on the first occasion and then made it onto Jenner’s front porch on his second attempt, according to TMZ. He was arrested and is currently awaiting arraignment, the outlet reports.
TMZ has continuously reported on the situation and, on Thursday, Jenner took the gossip site to task with a fiery Twitter rant.
In response to TMZ’s tweet about Jenner’s stalker trespassing onto her property, Jenner wrote, “And how do you guys think these terrifying people know where my house is? cuz you release not only photos but my location. it is so beyond unsafe. is this not our one ounce of privacy we can get???”
“I understand what i’ve signed up for but when you release the exact location to where i live THAT is when you’re putting my life in danger,” she continued in a second tweet. “Your home is your safe haven, but for me, cuz of outlets like you, my home is anything BUT. you should be ashamed of yourself.”
Unfortunately for Jenner, this latest incident is far from the first time she’s had to deal with a stalking situation. She opened up during an episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” last year about encountering a stalker face-to-face in her driveway. The man, later identified as Shavaughn McKenzie, allegedly met Jenner outside of her home and began banging on the window of her car. Jenner testified against McKenzie in 2016, telling the court, “I really don't feel safe in my own house.”
McKenzie was ultimately found not guilty.
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