Man Accused of Trespassing at Kendall Jenner’s Home, Acquitted of Stalking
A 25-year-old man has been found guilty of trespassing at Kendall Jenner’s home in the Hollywood Hills, but acquitted of stalking.
Shavaughn McKenzie was arrested after following the model and reality TV star through a gated driveway onto her property in August.
Startled Jenner yelled at him and then drove away from her home and called a friend, who advised her to contact the police.
They took him into custody.
In court on Monday, jurors found McKenzie guilty of trespassing but they acquitted him of a misdemeanor stalking charge. His lawyer, Taylor Shramo, told the court his client didn’t mean to scare Jenner; he simply wanted to have a chat.
During the trial, Jenner, 20, testified that she recognized McKenzie from two previous confrontations and told the court, “I’ve never been so scared in my life.”
McKenzie faces up to six months in jail for the misdemeanor trespassing charge, according to the Los Angeles Times.