Kendall Jenner Reportedly Fires Her Security Guard After Her Home Was Allegedly Robbed
It's been more than five months since Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, but now, it sounds like her family is experiencing another bout of trauma. On Wednesday, Kendall Jenner's home was reportedly robbed of what could have been $200,000 of her personal belongings, and now, it sounds like she's making some major changes in her team because of it. According to Us Weekly, Jenner has reportedly fired one of her security guards in response to the reported incident, which allegedly happened while she had guests in her home. Bustle has reached out to reps for comment, but did not receive a response at the time of publication.
A source claiming to be close to the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star told Us that the security guard in question was hired after Jenner beefed up her entourage following an incident in which she claimed a man was stalking her last August. (The man's attorney claimed during the trial that his client only wanted to talk to Jenner, that he has a severe mental disorder, and that he was unarmed at the time of the alleged stalking, according to the Associated Press.)
Another source told People that increased security measures could be coming for Jenner and her home, since the reported robbery seems to have left her pretty shaken up.
The insider claimed to the site:
"Kendall’s really upset about it. She’s been telling her friends the situation totally sucks. She’s had people over at her house today to up security and they’re talking about getting more cameras put in...It's definitely looking like it was someone she knew."
News of the alleged robbery first broke on Thursday, when early reports from TMZ claimed that Jenner wasn't home when the robbery took place. Later, an update added that a law enforcement source reportedly told the site that it may have been an inside job that occurred during a party she was throwing.
So far, exactly what happened Wednesday night isn't clear. The LAPD did tell Bustle that they responded to a call about an alleged burglary at 1:15 a.m, although they did not confirm or deny that the call was to Jenner's home.
Whatever's going on, hopefully it's all settled soon. Jenner deserves to feel safe in her own home.