Kendall Jenner gives two hour long testimony against stalker saying she doesn’t feel safe in her own home and feels traumatized
The Kardashian/Jenner clan seems to be coming down on the security front lately. After Kris Jenner’s accident that left her shaken a few months ago, it seemed probable that the family would double on the security.
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However, the reality TV family got yet another shock when Kim Kardashian West got robbed in Paris which has left her pretty shaken up. Amidst all the speculations of Kim’s robbery and ordeal, Kendall Jenner has her own security threat to handle in court.
In an ongoing case, Kendall appeared in the Los Angeles court to testify against her alleged stalker Shavaughn McKenzie. In a two hour long testimony, Kendall recounted that she had run into McKenzie on her driveway on August 14th where he sat with his head between his legs.
She said that she felt that something was off immediately. After telling him to get off her property, she said that she had been confronted by him twice at her Westwood condo. According to USWeekly, she said that he had also banged on her car window once when she had parked it in her driveway.
Kendall said that she told him to go away and she had called the police and continued to call her friends. She explained expressively that she had been frightened about McKenzie.
According to HuffingtonPost, she said that she was afraid of his intentions and his appearance and constant confrontations have left her traumatized. She said that she did not feel safe in her own home.
McKenzie and his attorney were also present in court. His lawyer pleaded that McKenzie was suffering from mental disorder. The court decision is yet to be given. If McKenzie is convicted of stalking charges, he will serve a six months long term in jail.