Kendall Jenner is moving out of her Los Angeles mansion after the latest incident with an alleged stalker who made his way onto her property — forcing her to file a restraining order.
According to reports, the ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star has had enough and believes living in the same location is no longer safe. As we reported, a man broke into the supermodel’s property and attempted to take a naked swim in her backyard — and also made threats against her.
Even though she immediately ratcheted up the security, she has now decided to leave the home.
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After the latest scary incident, Kendall has decided to leave the property, but it’s unclear if she is putting it on the market. Sources say the ‘KUWTK’ star has already moved to a “safe location” with her armed security — and has no plans to ever return to the property.
As for where she will live permanently, it’s sad considering the neighborhood she lives in now is considered one of the safest in town. It’s possible she may move closer to her mom and Kim in Hidden Hills.
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As we reported, a trespasser showed up at Kendall’s house around 2 AM on Sunday and attempted to swim naked in her pool. The supermodel rushed to court the next day and got a restraining order against the man.
In one case, Kendall told the court a person was arrested by police and told them his plan was to shoot and kill her and then off himself. He is currently in a mental health facility but could be released at any time.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Kendall says the LAPD informed her that “[The alleged stalker] expressed that he planned to purchase an illegal firearm, shoot me with that firearm and then kill himself.”
This isn’t the first time Kendall has dealt with unwanted guests showing up at her home. She bailed on a property she bought in West Hollywood after a man confronted her in the driveway and banged on her car windows. The house was also burglarized.
In this current home, Kendall has dealt with several stalkers including one in 2018 where he was forced to take out another restraining order.