Judge grants temporary restraining order to Kendall Jenner against a 24-year-old man named Malik Bowker, whom she claims traveled across the country to gun her down.
According to The Blast, Kendall says the LAPD informed her that an alleged male stalker planned to kill her. “[The alleged stalker] expressed that he planned to purchase an illegal firearm, shoot me with that firearm and then kill himself,” Jenner claimed in the documents. The man is currently being held on a temporary hold in a local hospital’s psychiatric unit but could be released at any time.
The supermodel says she “has no relationship” with the man and that she has “never met or communicated with him.” The docs state that Jenner is “particularly terrified because he traveled across the country for the sole purpose of killing me.” Kendall is represented by her lawyer, Shawn Holley.
Kendall also claims that she “continues to suffer severe emotional distress and anxiety” and that she is “terrified that he will attempt to find me and harm or kill me when he is released from the hospital.” She continued, “I fear for my safety if he is able to contact me or approach me.”
An LAPD detective submitted a statement on behalf of Jenner’s request for an emergency restraining order.
He said that the alleged stalker followed Kendall on social media and “took issue with her social media presence.” He also claimed the alleged stalker’s goal is to “kill Ms. Jenner because, in his opinion, she is not using her public platform properly.”
He must stay 100 yards away from the supermodel’s home, work, and Jenner herself until the hearing on April 20, 2021.