Zahrat Al Khaleej – Cairo
Reality TV star Kylie Jenner was shocked by an attempt to break into her $36 million Los Angeles mansion from an intruder who apparently intended to speak to her personally and profess his love for her.
According to TMZ, the 35-year-old had intended to enter Kylie’s property in an attempt to “proclaim his love for her personally”, but was eventually taken to a police station for trespassing and later released.
The businesswoman and her 3-year-old daughter, Stormi, were not in her palace at the time of the incident, and it is believed that security personnel outside the palace held the perpetrator until the police attended and arrested him.
The report indicated that the perpetrator was known to security guards and Kylie Jenner, and he is said to have appeared in front of her house several times and had been seen around the property before, but he was always helpful when asked to leave, but this is the first time that the police intervened.
In the past year, Kylie Jenner has dealt with abusive fans on several occasions, as a man tried to break into her villa last spring, and Jenner took legal action against him.
The Jenner/Kardashian sisters also struggled with intruders on other occasions, and this was not the first incident that they had used the police to confront people trying to approach their residence.
In March, a man was found in the swimming pool of model Kendall, 25, and was arrested after only 6 hours in custody, and had the opportunity to go to Kylie’s house in Hidden Hills, but the sisters arranged for the intruder to stay 100 meters from them.
Even Kim Kardashian, 40, has been a victim of stalkers. On June 8, she reportedly received a package from a fan who sent her a diamond engagement ring.
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