Kendall Jenner Victim of Alleged Death Threat and Naked Trespassing Incident

Kendall Jenner has hired more armed security guards after she was subjected to an alleged death threat and a nude trespassing incident.

On Monday, TMZ reported that the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star was granted a temporary restraining order against Malik Bowker, 24, who she claims planned to buy an illegal firearm to shoot her and then himself.

Per legal documents, the model claims an LAPD detective told her Thursday about Bowker’s alleged plan. Authorities also told her that Bowker is on a temporary psychiatric hold at a hospital but could be released soon.

Jenner says Bowker’s alleged threats are causing her severe emotional distress and anxiety and fears he will harm her, if and when he is released from medical care.

Per the temporary restraining order, Bowker must stay 100 yards away from her at all times.

Unfortunately, this is not the only scary incident Jenner has endured this month.

On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Jenner suffered an alleged break-in Sunday night when a 27-year-old man made his way onto her property and began knocking on windows while yelling her name.

The man also allegedly took off his clothes in an attempt to get in her pool.

Fortunately, sources say the suspect was detained by security guards until cops showed up and arrested him for misdemeanor trespassing. After spending six hours in jail, he was released due to COVID-19 protocols.

Jenner never made contact with the alleged trespasser and was in a safe location at her home.

As a result of these incidents, TMZ reports that Jenner has implemented additional security measures at her property, including more armed guards.

The outlet says she may also move to a new location.


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