Kendall Jenner testifies in stalking case

LOS ANGELES — Kendall Jenner testified in court Thursday against a man charged with stalking her and trespassing outside her Hollywood Hills home.

The 20-year-old model and reality-TV star told the court she was terrified by a man who followed her into her driveway and repeatedly knocked on her car window in August.

Testifying at defendant Shavaughn McKenzie's stalking trial, Jenner said it was the scariest moment of her life.

She said she previously saw him outside her former condominium in Westwood.

Jenner testified for about 50 minutes and is due back on the witness stand after a lunch break.

McKenzie, 25, is charged with misdemeanor stalking and trespassing. He did not show any emotions during Jenner's testimony and at several points looked away from her.

Shelli Azoff, a family friend who Jenner called for help, testified Wednesday that Jenner was screaming and crying after seeing a man outside her car.

A prosecutor called McKenzie an obsessed fan in opening statements Wednesday.

McKenzie's attorney told the jury he has a severe mental disorder and simply wanted to talk to Jenner, a daughter of Caitlyn Jenner and Kris Jenner and half-sister to the Kardashians, who appears in the family's series Keeping Up With the Kardashians.


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