Kendall Jenner’s Testimony In The Case Against Her Stalker Is Genuinely Terrifying
'I've never been so scared in all my life.'
It’s certainly been a dramatic few weeks for the Kardashian-Jenner clan.
Yesterday, less than two weeks after fleeing Paris following an armed raid on her sister Kim’s apartment, Kendall Jenner took the stand in an LA court. The 21-year-old testified at LA County Court as a key witness against Shavaughn McKenzie, the man she says trespassed on her property and left her fearing for her life earlier this year.
Kendall was granted a five-year restraining order against McKenzie, meaning he will face arrest if he comes within 100 yards of her.
According to TMZ, the model “nervously rambled” through her description of the events of August 14, 2016 in court yesterday, clearly uncomfortable with having to relive the events of that evening.
She described seeing McKenzie sitting outside the gates of her home on LA’s Sunset Strip with his head in his hands as she entered her property by car. After driving in, Kendall says she looked behind her to watch the gates close, and when she turned back, McKenzie was standing next to her car.
Seeing him in her rearview mirror, the model recalled opening her window a few inches and shouting, “Who are you? I want you to leave!” She says McKenzie then began “freaking out” and banging on her car windows.
“I’ve never been so scared in my life,” Kendall told the judge. Thankfully the KUWTK star was able to re-open her gate and drive down the street to phone a friend and the police. McKenzie was arrested in the area that same evening.
Continuing her testimony yesterday afternoon, Kendall described her fear following the incident, and told her court she now reluctantly has 24-hour security cameras at her home.
“This is not how I want to be living,” she said. “I really don’t feel safe in my own house. I’m already the kind of person who’s on edge.”
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