The older Jenner, 25, was reportedly granted a temporary restraining order on Thursday, April 1, from 27-year-old Shaquan King — the restraining order is said to also protect Kylie and momager Kris Jenner — following the alleged incidents. Things began when King reportedly arrived on Kendall’s property on Sunday, March 28, and attempted to get into her pool naked before he was ordered out by security, who detained him until the cops arrived to make an arrest for misdemeanor trespassing.
According to a report, King only spent six hours in jail due to COVID-19 restrictions. A day and a half later he then allegedly arrived at Kylie’s Holmby Hills gated community and was arrested on Tuesday, March 30, for felony stalking.
King is said to have been previously arrested for kidnapping and has photos of Kendall on his social media. Kendall claimed in court documents that she is fearing for her safety.
The 100-yard restraining order reportedly protects the three women, however, this may not be enough to keep Kendall feeling safe as she reportedly fled her Beverly Hills home. Although she increased her security, Kendall reportedly moved to a safe location with armed security and has no plans to return to her home, but it is unknown if she intends on selling the Beverly Hills property.
Sadly, this is not the first time Kendall has encountered a stalker. Earlier this week, Kendall reportedly told a judge that an LAPD detective informed her about a 24-year-old man who allegedly traveled across the country and wanted to kill her. She was granted a 100-yard restraining order against the man, who is being held in a psychiatric ward, but Kendall is worried that he will find her once he’s released, TMZ — who broke the news on the stalking incidents — reported.