Kendall Jenner Granted A Permanent Restraining Order Against Alleged Trespasser

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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A Los Angeles County Commissioner granted Kendall Jenner a permanent restraining order against her alleged trespasser, Arnold Oscar Babcock, on July 19.

Jenner previously filed a non-violent civic harassment petition in January, in an effort to secure her safety, according to ENews. The 31-year-old Babcock reportedly entered Jenner’s gated community and claimed he was looking for her earlier this year. (RELATED: REPORT: Stalker Allegedly Targeting Kamala Harris’ Family)

Jenner has fallen victim to several stalkers and trespassers in recent months, according to TMZ.  In 2021, the Los Angeles Police Department flagged a man, who was later identified as Malik Bowker, after he purchased illegal firearms and traveled across the country with the intention of shooting Jenner, according to TMZ.

A man also trespassed on Jenner’s property in 2021 and knocked on her windows while yelling her name, then proceeded to jump into her pool completely naked, according to TMZ. The alleged trespasser was subsequently arrested, the outlet reported.