Kylie Jenner has filed for a restraining order against a fan who evaded her security and made it to her front door, according to US reports.
In court documents seen by TMZ , the lip kit mogul’s lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley filed for a restraining order after a male fan made it to her front door on Tuesday.
The documents state that the man managed to walk up the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star’s driveway and started pounding on her door, claiming he was there to see her.
He was escorted off the premises by security and arrested.
The security guard says the man was acting erratic and nervous and had somehow managed to get to Kylie’s front door despite her living in a gated community.
The 22-year-old wasn’t home at the time but is said to be worried for her own safety and that of her daughter Stormi, one, who she shares with ex Travis Scott.
Kylie is said to believe that the man could continue to stalk her in the future and that he follows her and members of her family on social media.
The man has been ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Kylie, her home and her car.
Mirror Online has contacted Kylie’s representatives for comment.
Kylie is not the first member of her family to have to file for a restraining order against a fan.
In November, last year, her sister Kendall had a stalker who was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times – for the next five years.
The man, John Ford, accused of terrorising the star, is not allowed to go near her house or to have any direct or indirect contact with her.
During a court hearing, a judge said this was a “true stalking case” and a “scary situation”, reports The Blast .
Ford had faced eight counts of trespassing after turning up at Kendall’s property on four separate occasions.
He was arrested twice.