Kendall Jenner has been living in fear for quite some time.

Yesterday, the 20-year-old model testified in a Los Angeles court against her alleged stalker Shavaughn McKenzie.

Over the summer, Jenner discovered McKenzie in her driveway upon returning home to her Hollywood mansion, after which she called the police and waited in her car until they arrived.

“I wouldn’t expect someone to be sitting on the side of the street,” she said. “I definitely thought it was weird…It didn’t make sense.”

Although Jenner says she attempted to get him to leave, McKenzie wouldn’t cooperate, and that’s when she realized she’d seen him before. He is now facing charges of misdemeanor stalking and trespassing.

“I was crying, I was screaming, I was freaking out. I didn’t know what his intentions were. I was freaking out. I was frightened for sure,” she recalled. “I never got out of my car. I was terrified. I was literally traumatized. I started honking at him and I just wanted to make sure I saw wherever he went. He got out of the gate and I drove down the hill.”

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians starlet also revealed that the incident has caused her to feel unsafe in her own home.

“This is not how I want to be living,” she said.

The Kardashian/Jenner family has been bulking up on security after Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris earlier this month, so regardless of the verdict in Jenner’s case, it’s likely that she’ll be taking extra precautions to increase her safety in the future.


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