- A man was arrested for trespass after illegally accessing the Kardashians' gated community
- He was turned away by guards at the gate, and he opted to jump over the fence
- This is the third incident in under a month
The Kardashians, arguably one of the most famous families globally, live life in the spotlight. But fame and fortune come with a fair deal of problems.
TMZ reported that a man was arrested last week after accessing the exclusive gated community where the reality TV icons live.
According to the publication, the 33 year old man drove up to the gates of the gated community in Calabasas, California. The man informed the guards that he wanted to see the Kardashians without specifying which one.
The guards told off the man, and he left. But shortly after, he was spotted walking inside the gated community after apparently jumping over a fence.
The guards detained him, awaiting the police to arrive, and he was arrested by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for trespass.
This is the third instance in under a month that trespassers have tried accessing the Kardashians.
In April, Kendall got two restraining orders after two different men showed up at her house.
A judge issued the first restraining order on April 2o against a man who travelled across the country intending to gun her down before committing suicide.
Kendall claimed a detective told her about the alleged plan by Malik Bowker, which he planned on executing using an illegal firearm.
Two days later, she got another restraining order against Shaquan King, who broke into her home and undressed at the swimming pool. He reportedly banged on windows at her home before her security team detained him.
Briefly News reported on the Kenyan man who caught the attention of Kim Kardashian fans after sharing his thoughts on her marriage and pending divorce.
Kim shared a photo of her babies Psalm and Chicago West on Twitter, noting how happy she is to be their mother.
"You are my dream come true. I’m so happy to be your mommy," she wrote.
Fredrick Mutuku Philip commented on the post urging Kim to forgive and forget whatever Kanye did wrong.
"Forgive their father and forget. Children need both parents when growing (up) to show them, love, please. Am Fredrick Mutuku Philip from Nairobi Kenya," he wrote.
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