The police did not buy it and reserved Eggers for minor crimes.
Celeb life has mostly been REALLY good to Kendall Jenner, but this is one area we can't even imagine having to deal with on a regular basis!
A man was arrested at Kendall Jenner's Los Angeles house on Monday night after scaling a neighbor's fence and using President Trump's potential impeachment as a guise to get near the reality TV star.More news: Trump impeachment report shows ‘uncontested evidence’ of abuse of power, Schiff says
It is not known if Jenner was at home at the time of the incident, which unfortunately is becoming a trend for her.
Regardless, her safety crew was significantly on the ball with this one, nabbing 27-year-old Richard Eggers proper as he gained entry to her non-public driveway and earlier than he was in a position to get proper as much as the home itself.
Ford was arrested after he showed up at Kendall's front door inside her gated community.More news: Apple: new Russian phone sales legislation is 'equivalent to jailbreaking'
Allegedly he was also noticed by cameras at that time - but escaped before security could reach him; now it sounds like they have their husband. "As a result of Mr. Ford's repeated stalking", she said in documents obtained by E!
"I have a stalker, once a week, maybe more, twice a week". "Some show up at my house, every single day".
Kendall got a restraining order against Ford, and he pleaded no contest to two counts of trespassing and was deported in June 2019. Kendall Jenner's "twin brother" Kirby Jenner, who I hope you are following on Instagram because LOL, is finally getting his own show. "It is so beyond unsafe".More news: Justin Hartley's Ex Chrishell Cites Different Separation Date Amid Divorce
Kendall added that a home is supposed to be a "safe haven" before exclaiming, "and because of outlets like you, my home is anything BUT".