A judge has granted Kylie Jenner a three-year restraining order against a man who allegedly targeted her home, according to reports.
The order, which also protects Kylie’s mum Kris and sister Kendall, means 27-year-old Shaquan King has to keep at least 100 yards from her for three years, TMZ reports.
King had recently found himself behind bars for six hours after cops picked him up at Kendall’s home, where he had allegedly banged on her windows and swam naked in her pool.
After being released, he’s claimed to have headed for Kylie’s gated community.
Kylie is said to have been present at a court hearing today and to have testified over the phone that King’s alleged criminal background made her fear for her daughter’s life as well as her own.
The makeup mogul’s legal team reportedly requested a five-year order, with the judge settling for three years as the alleged harassment had been “short-lived.”
This comes just a week after reports emerged that Kylie’s older sister Kendall was granted a restraining order against King.
Kendall has stepped up her security since the incident in a bid to prevent similar incidents.
She discussed the alleged moment he banged on her windows with mum Kris and Scott Disick during a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
That same week, Kendall had been granted another restraining order against 25-year-old Malik Bowker, a judge ordering him to stay at least 100 yards away from her.
He is also forbidden from obtaining her address and can have no physical or electronic contact, which includes sending mail in the post, sending email or text messages.
Kendall, like her sister, attended court via her phone and alleged that Bowker, who was not in attendance, had travelled across the United States with the intention of shooting her.
She said she was made aware of his plan thanks to a tip-off by a Los Angeles police detective, and that Bowker would turn the illegal firearm on himself.
The Mirror has contacted Kylie’s rep for comment.