Kendall Jenner's supposed stalker was requested to avoid the supermodel for a long time on Friday subsequent to being gotten on her property twice.
John Ford, 37, was captured Oct. 16 for trespassing on Jenner's property and was being held in care in lieu of $30,000 safeguard. He was additionally captured at her home in July and indicted for trespassing.
After Ford's most recent capture, Jenner tweeted her disappointment with TMZ, pointing the finger at them for giving stalkers a guide to her property. On Twitter, she reacted specifically to a video described by the site's organizer, Harvey Levin, that demonstrated Jenner's home from the road and depicted how Ford had already entered the property by taking a way that "scales the back mountain where there is obviously no security."
Levin in the video does not make reference to Jenner's location, but rather portrays her neighborhood as "a lovely gated network [with] multimillion-dollar homes." A TMZ representative reacted by saying they simply covering an "open criminal case" and that they never recognized Jenner's area.
Jenner moved into the house after another man could access her Hollywood Hills home in 2016 and address her as she sat in her auto. "I've at any point been so frightened in my life," she affirmed in court, after the 25-year-elderly person moved past her security entryway and beat on her auto windows.
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