Last year was rough for the entire Kardashian/Jenner family (to say the least), and now, it's all unfolding on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Last week's episode tackled Kim's robbery in Paris and how she felt in those moments, and now, her sister is dealing with security issues of her own. On Sunday night's new episode of KUWTK, Kendall testified against an alleged intruder, and, at the same time, her entire family was trying to figure out what their next moves needed to be as far as security was concerned.
According to TMZ, Kendall claimed she came home to an intruder last August when he allegedly followed her car into the gate. As law enforcement told the site, the man was arrested for stalking at the time, and, although Kendall said that the intruder was staying in jail until the trial, she definitely had certain concerns about moving forward and testifying against him — mainly because she felt he was mentally disabled and she wanted him to get the help he needed. (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.)
When Kendall took the stand in October, TMZ reported that the alleged intruder was facing charges of one count of misdemeanor stalking and trespassing. And on KUWTK, Kendall opened up about how anxious the situation made her.
Initially, Kendall said she didn't want to testify because she felt bad for the man, but after talking to Kim — who had just been robbed earlier the same month Kendall was due to appear in court — she knew that's what she had to do. As Kim and Kris both told her, it was necessary for her to take every single instance like this one seriously to remain safe.
As Kim and Kendall mentioned after she'd testified — and as TMZ also reported — in the end, she was granted a five year extension on her restraining order against the man. But, after that happened to Kendall and the robbery happened to Kim, Kris wasn't about to let her daughters face more danger if she could help it. Right away, she began interviewing security guards, and her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, stepped in to help when it started becoming overwhelming for her.
Since Kendall said that the incident made her feel less independent and less comfortable being at home alone, hopefully having the trial behind her and the increased security on the way will help. This family deserves some rest.