A judge ruled Thursday that Shavaughn McKenzie, who was arrested for stalking Kendall Jenner in August, legally has to stay more than 100 yards away from the supermodel for the next five years, TMZ reports.
McKenzie followed Jenner into the driveway of her Hollywood Hills home after she drove her car through the gate. Jenner then called the police on the strange man and remained in her car until they arrived and arrested him.
The model filed for a restraining order following the incident, but it was reportedly only temporary. A judge granted Jenner a “permanent restraining order” against McKenzie in court Thursday.
The restraining order requires McKenzie to stay 100 yards away from Kendall in addition to her home, car and workplace, according to TMZ.
McKenzie will appear in criminal court this week for his stalking charges from the incident with Jenner, during which she will testify.