Kendall Jenner Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Alleged Trespasser

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Kendall Jenner reportedly filed a court order earlier this week, after an alleged trespasser tried to enter her LA home.

The restraining order against a 31-year-old man named Arnold Babcock has since been granted by the judge, TMZ reports.

News of the alleged trespassing comes after Babcock was arrested for the incident, but later released without charge. The new order, signed off by the judge, requires Babcock to stay away from Jenner until his court hearing on February 1.

Earlier this week, the same news outlet reported that Babcock tried to access Jenner's gated property and asked to see the 26-year-old model, only to be stopped and detained by security until police arrived.

The man had reportedly been looking around for reality star at the time of the alleged incident, and according to reports it wasn't the first time he had been stopped for doing this.

It's also been claimed that Los Angeles County district attorney George Gascon hardly ever files charges for trespassing, which police say is frustrating, as they feel suspects are consequently more prone to commit crimes again.

'Our office charges trespassing cases when appropriate based on the totality of the circumstances,' the district attorney's office said.

Jenner has been subjected to other alleged trespasser cases prior to now, including when burglars once reportedly stole £130,000 worth of jewellery from her Hollywood Hills home.

In June last year, an alleged trespasser also attempted to break into her home.

The suspected unnamed man, who was blocked from entering the property of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, is believed to have injured himself during the incident.

As is alleged in relation to Babcock, the individual reportedly tried to break into Jenner's home on separate occasions and jumped the wall of her gated community.

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Photo credit: Dia Dipasupil - Getty Images

After injuring himself in the process, the suspect was taken to hospital to be treated before being held in custody and later released without charge, the outlet reported.

Jenner's siblings' homes have also been trespassed in the past, according to reports.

In October last year, TMZ reported that a man tried to enter the San Fernando Valley home of Jenner's sister Kim Kardashian. He was also believed to have mailed her morning-after pills, as well as an engagement ring.

The alleged criminal, who reportedly tried to enter the 41-year-old reality star's gated home previously, was released on £110,000 bail.

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