Kendall Jenner Abandons Her Home After 2nd Terrifying Incident With Stalker

Kendall Jenner has reportedly packed up and left her Beverly Hills mansion following a scary home invasion on March 28.

Just three days after a male trespasser invaded Kendall Jenner‘s property and allegedly took a nude swim in her pool, the supermodel, 25, has abandoned her Beverly Hills mansion — according to TMZ, which was first to report the terrifying incident. On March 31, sources told the outlet that Kendall has moved out of her home because the potential risk of danger outweighs her already-increased armed security team.

Kendall Jenner wears a protective face mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic while out and about in LA. (Photo credit: Shutterstock)

As for where the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is staying now that she’s exited her LA mansion? — Sources said Kendall has moved to a safe location with armed security in tow, and has no plans to return to her home. It’s unclear if she will sell the multi-million dollar mansion that she purchased not too long ago, following a string of invasions at her former West Hollywood home in 2017.

Kendall Jenner shows off her model figure in a yellow dress while out in New York City. (Photo credit: Shutterstock)

Over the weekend, in the early hours of March 28, a male intruder reportedly entered Kendall’s property, which sits in a well-secured Beverly Hills area, and began allegedly knocking on her windows. The latter reportedly occurred before the man allegedly removed his clothes and took a nude swim in her pool. As TMZ previously reported, Kendall’s hefty security was on the property at the time and the model, who did not come in contact with the intruder, was safe.

HollywoodLife reached out to a rep for Kendall at the time, as well as law enforcement.  While the LAPD was able to that a 27-year-old man was booked on a misdemeanor charge of trespassing on March 28 at 2 a.m. in Beverly Hills — they could not verify that the homeowner was Kendall Jenner.

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