LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man arrested outside Kendall Jenner's Los Angeles home in a stalking case told police he has frequently waited for the model and reality television star to try to talk to her, a police report shows.
Shavaughn MacKenzie, 25, followed Jenner's car into her driveway on Sunday night, banged on her window and told her that he didn't have a gun, the report states.
Jenner remained in the car, called her manager and waited for police to arrive, the report states.
A judge on Wednesday issued a temporary restraining order at Jenner's request. McKenzie, a transient from Florida, remained in custody after pleading not guilty to misdemeanor stalking and trespassing charges filed earlier this week.
Jenner, 20, told police she has seen McKenzie multiple times and he had to be escorted away from her former home. He once ran into traffic to try to get her to stop, she said.
"I fear for my life and have suffered, and will continue to suffer, emotional distress," Jenner wrote in the restraining order application.
Jenner is the daughter of Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner and appears on the family's reality series "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
McKenzie acknowledged he had waited for Jenner outside her residences multiple times, the police report states.
"I just wanted to have a conversation with her, but everything just went wrong," McKenzie told police, according to the report. "If she could just see what a chill guy I am, I know she'd want to be with me."
Records show McKenzie pleaded no contest to a pair of trespassing cases in May. Neither of the cases was related to Jenner.
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