Kendall Jenner granted restraining order against a man who wanted to kill her
Reality star and supermodel, Kendall Jenner has reportedly been granted a temporary restraining order after a man threatened to have her killed.
According to TMZ, a judge signed off on the order against Malik Bowker on Monday, March 29, after the 25-year-old model was informed by an LAPD detective that the 24-year-old man allegedly intended to buy an illegal firearm and shoot the both of them.
The legal documents obtained by the news outlet state that Bowker has been placed on a psychiatric hold at a local hospital and is due to be released, which is said to be causing the ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star “severe emotional distress and anxiety”
Kendall, who has 24-hour security at her home – has claimed to have never met Bowker before and is frightened that he will cause her harm, which is why she applied for the restraining order that means he has to stay 100 yards away from her at all times by law.
It’s not the first time the supermodel has been forced to apply for a restraining order.
Back in 2018, Kendall was granted a five-year restraining order against an alleged stalker, John Ford, who was found sitting outside her home for the second time in a week, and after Kendall was originally given a temporary document ordering Ford to stay 100 yards away from her and her home at all times.