LOS ANGELES (AP) — A transient convicted of trespassing outside model and reality television star Kendall Jenner's home has been sentenced to time served in a Los Angeles jail.
Shavaughn McKenzie was sentenced Thursday to 178 days in a county jail, which after credits for good behavior will allow him to be released later in the day.
Los Angeles city attorney's spokesman Frank Mateljan says the sentence was the maximum that could have been imposed. McKenzie was convicted last month of trespassing at Jenner's Hollywood Hills home in August.
Jurors acquitted the 26-year-old of the more serious charge of misdemeanor stalking.
Jenner testified during the trial that she was frightened when McKenzie followed her car into her driveway.
McKenzie's lawyer has said the Florida native's mother plans to move him back east.