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Kendall Jenner stalker told to stay away from her for five years

Published 13/10/2016

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

The supermodel and reality TV personality recounted the terrifying encounter during her court testimony.

The stalker who has been terrorising Kendall Jenner has been told he must stay at least 100 yards away from the model and reality TV star for the next five years.

A judge in Los Angeles has granted her a permanent restraining order against Shavaughn McKenzie, after he was booked for stalking in August (16).

He was arrested after showing up in the driveway of Kendall's Hollywood Hills home, and allegedly followed her through her gate.

The model was in court to face her stalker on Thursday (13Oct16), when she took the stand and told the judge, "I've never been so scared in my life."

Kendall testified as a key witness in the criminal case against McKenzie, who faces one count of misdemeanour stalking and trespassing.

Looking a little shaken, Kendall revealed she found the stalker sitting outside her home on 14 August (16) and had to drive around him to get access to her gate. She watched the gate close behind her and then saw Shavaughn had walked onto her property in her mirror, according to TMZ.

She told the court he just stared at her as she screamed "Who are you?" at him, and demanded he leave the premises.

Kendall then exited the property in her car and drove down the street to call a friend, who advised her to contact the police.

News of the latest court order in Kendall's stalking ordeal comes just over a week after her older half-sister Kim Kardashian was bound, gagged and robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France.

Kendall and Kim's sibling Khloe Kardashian recently revealed the entire Jenner/Kardashian clan are now more committed than ever to take extra security precautions following the horrific incident.

“Well, I think it’s just a wakeup call to make a lot of life adjustments,” Khloe said on Tuesday’s (11Oct16) episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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