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Man charged for ramming Kylie Jenner's gate

Published 21/06/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

A man approached the security gate of Kylie Jenner's community insisting they had an appointment.

A man has been charged with vandalism for allegedly ramming the security barrier of Kylie Jenner's gated community.

The unnamed man reportedly drove up to the guard barrier outside The Oaks of Calabasas community in California, where Kylie and her half-siblings Khloe and Rob Kardashian live, and told security that he had a meeting with the 18-year-old reality TV star.

When he was turned away, the man allegedly drove his car into the barrier and cracked it before speeding away. He allegedly did the same thing a couple of weeks later, but on this occasion, his licence plate was captured and police officers managed to track him down.

He is said to have admitted to ramming the gate and was charged with two misdemeanour counts of vandalism, according to TMZ.com.

This isn't the first time an obsessed Kylie fan has tried to gain access to her home. Another man, who believed he was "soulmates" with Kylie, showed up at her security gate on Christmas Eve (24Dec15) and attempted to force his way in - having reportedly done so on 10 other occasions. He was taken into custody and placed under doctors' care, but he escaped the facility. He was later captured and detained on a 72-hour psychiatric hold.

Last week (ends19Jun16), it was reported that Kylie had put her Calabasas home on the market for $3.9 million (£2.6 million) just over a year after buying it. The mansion has five bedrooms, a pool and a significant closet space.

She reportedly upgraded to a bigger place in Hidden Hills, the same area that her mother Kris Jenner and half-sister Kim Kardashian live in, in May (16). According to TMZ, she paid $6 million (£4.1 million) for the property, which boasts six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a pool, and a wine cellar.

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