Kendall Jenner's account of what it feels like to be stalked is so incredibly scary
Kendall Jenner’s testimony about her alleged stalker is very honest and almost too scary to imagine.
Kendall appeared in court yesterday (October 13th) for the case against Shavaughn McKenzie, who followed her to her home in Hollywood Hills, California.
“I’ve never been so scared in my life,” the 20-year-old said of the encounter with Shavaughn. “I was literally traumatized.… It’s definitely put me even more on edge. I definitely don’t feel safe in my own house anymore.”
Police arrested the 25-year-old in August when he was found outside Kendall’s house, and charged him with misdemeanor stalking and trespassing. She first saw him sitting outside the house in a car, before he somehow got inside the gated property and started banging on the windows of her car as she pulled into the driveway.
During the two-hour-long testimony, Kendall explained that she was in a panic, calling friends to comfort her while she waited for the police. She also said she recognized him as the same person who confronted her more than once outside her condo in Los Angeles.
McKenzie’s lawyer said his client suffers from mental illness and that he was unarmed when he confronted Kendall, but even so, this just sounds like an incredibly scary experience for the star (and for anybody!). Being in the public eye has some serious risks these days, and so we’re incredibly glad that Kendall is safe and that the ordeal is over.
Love you, girl!