Keeping With the Kardashians star Kylie Jenner has received a temporary restraining order against a man that allegedly sneaked into her neighborhood to look for her.
Kylie Jenner receives restraining order against a burglar
A judge granted Kylie a protective order against Justin Bergquist on Wednesday, just a day after the celebrity claimed that the man was determined to track her down. According to court documents, Kylie claims that the man broke into a home in her gated community but fled when a resident saw him. However, he later came back in his car. The temporary restraining order which the KWTK star filed almost a month ago requires Bergquist to maintain a distance of at least 100 yards from Kylie.
The legal documents state that the man had traveled all the way from Dakota, and Kylie was aware of who he was. She claims that the man was trying to break into her home but mistakenly barged into the wrong house because Bergquist had told private security that he was there to meet Kylie. According to Loss Angeles County Sherriff’s Department, on November 9, Bergquist jumped over a fence and entered a house in Kylie’s neighborhood but fled after finding a child in the playroom. The house he broke into was similar to Kylie’s cul-de-sac home in Hidden Hills.
Bergquist drove to Kylie’s neighborhood demanding to see
A report from the private security firm indicated that after the incident, Bergquist drove to the community gate in a 2005 Chevy Impala hours later, which had North Dakota plates. He told a guard that he was there to see Kylie Jenner and claimed that they had spoken before. The report indicates that Bergquist wanted to run the gate after asking how strong it was, but deputies arrested him.
Kylie claims that she doesn’t have any relationship with Bergquist, and she has never met or spoken to him before. She said in her petition that there is no legitimate purpose or reasons Bergquist will be coming to her home or contacting her.