Kendall Jenner has moved out – VG

Kendall Jenner has moved out – VG
Kendall Jenner has moved out – VG

MODEL: Kendall Jenner, here in Cannes last year. Photo: Doug Peters / Doug Peters

Two unwanted admirers are said to have scared Kendall Jenner (25) so much that she allegedly does not dare to live at home anymore.

Kendall is now said to have left the house in Beverly Hills. According to TMZ’s sources, she has no plans to return.

VG wrote on Tuesday that Jenner has been upheld by the court in keeping a mentally ill person at a distance. The 24-year-old man, who is currently being admitted to a psychiatric clinic, is said to have had plans to shoot and kill the famous model and reality star, according to court documents.

But that’s not all.

On Sunday, another man, a 27-year-old, is said to have visited Kendall’s home. He is said to have called for the TV celebrity, before, according to TMZ, took off all his clothes in an attempt to take a dip in Kendall’s swimming pool.

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Security guards are said to have had the person removed, and he was later apprehended by the police.

However, all this must have made Kendall so scared that she no longer dares to live at home – even though the large security apparatus around the home has already been strengthened after the events.

The 25-year-old has lived in the house since 2017. She also had a burglary in her previous house.

Jenner has also previously been bothered by a “stalker”. In 2018, she received a court order forbidding another man from approaching her, after he had twice met outside her home.

The famous reality sisters of the Kardashian family have experienced threatening situations before. In 2019, a man was sentenced to prison for showing up at the door of Kylie Jenner (24).

Not least, Kim Kardashian experienced the nightmare when she in Paris 2016 was taken by surprise by armed robbers, tied up and locked in the bathroom.

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