Kendall Jenner is the target of a naked intruder in her pool after police tell her husband wants to shoot her
Kendall Jenner suffers from double security scares when naked intruder, 27, is arrested while trying to swim in her pool and police tell her a ‘stalker’, 24, wants to shoot her
- The supermodel was told by an LAPD agent that Malik Bowker was planning to kill her
- He reportedly wanted to buy an illegal firearm and shoot her before committing suicide
- Bowker is being held in a Los Angeles psychiatric ward, court documents show
- On Sunday, an intruder broke into her house and tried to swim naked
Kendall Jenner suffered from a double security fear when a naked man tried to swim in her pool and another man reportedly traveled across the country to kill her.
The supermodel, 25, was given a restraining order against Malik Bowker, 24, on Monday after an LAPD detective said Bowker planned to buy an illegal firearm to shoot her before he committed suicide.
And in the early hours of Sunday, a violator, 27, broke into her West Hollywood home, took off his clothes, and tried to swim before her security held him.
Kendall Jenner (pictured Saturday) has been given a restraining order from a man who allegedly traveled across the country to kill her
Seen in court documents by TMZ, Jenner claims police told her Thursday that Bowker is being temporarily held in a psychiatric ward at a Los Angeles hospital, but that he could be released soon.
Kendall claims she has never met Bowker, but the fear is causing her severe emotional stress and anxiety.
She said she is terrified that he will pursue her and will try to harm or kill her after his release.
The judge granted the temporary restraining order, which means that Bowker must stay at least 100 meters from her at all times.
It comes when another man tried to break into her house to swim naked in her outdoor pool.
Police allegedly told the reality star that Bowker planned to buy an illegal firearm to shoot her before committing suicide
The 27-year-old arrived at her home in LA at 2 a.m. on Sunday and knocked on the windows screaming her name. TMZ reported.
She was home at the time and her security team immediately alerted her and detained him after he took off his clothes.
Police arrived and arrested him for offending the crime before he could make contact with the star.
He was released behind bars after six hours due to Covid protocols.
Kendall added security measures after the incident, including more armed guards.
In 2016, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star called the police for a man standing in the driveway of her West Hollywood home.
She was also the target of alleged stalker John Ford, 37, in 2018, who broke into her home three times.