Kendall Jenner Testified Against Alleged Stalker
After Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint and robbed in Paris, her sister Kendall Jenner dealt with a terrifying incident. On the night of August 14th, the 20-year-old model was driving through the gate of her Hollywood Hills home when she spotted a trespasser.
Jenner described an August run-in with McKenzie, who faces one count of misdemeanor stalking and trespassing, and said she felt "terrified." According to the police report obtained by TMZ, alleged stalker Shavaughn McKenzie had been waiting on the property. Jenner spotted him in her driveway as she was pulling up to her Hollywood Hills home and saw him following her. Jenner remained in the car and called police immediately. He proceeded to bang on her window, screaming, "Can I talk to you?" Jenner later recalled, "I was crying, I was screaming, I was freaking out. I didn't know what his intentions were. I was freaking out."
Jenner took the stand testified against Shavaughn McKenzie, at the Los Angeles County court. Her lawyer Shawn Holley successfully helped her celeb client obtain a permanent restraining order against McKenzie. This extension of Jenner's original, temporary restraining order will last for the next five years, and ensure that McKenzie stays a football field away from the supermodel at all times.
McKenzie was swiftly charged with one count of misdemeanor stalking and one count of misdemeanor trespassing. Apparently, according to a source, Mckenzie has a habit of trespassing at UCLA which already has two probation violations to contend with-meaning that his 15 minutes of fame adjacency could land him some serious jail time.
Reports said that the incident affected the supermodel so much, she installed 24-hour camera security at her house and stayed at her entertainment manager Irving Azoff's home because she doesn't "feel safe in my own house."