The man accused of stalking model and reality star, Kendall Jenner, has been found “not guilty” of stalking by a Los Angeles jury.
The 25-year-old has, however, been found guilty of trespassing, a charge that could come with a six-month prison sentence.
The incident, which occurred back in August, has left Jenner feeling vulnerable. She told jurors she now feels unsafe even in her own home.
“I’ve never been so scared in my life,” Jenner told the judge, recalling the evening she came home after having dinner with friends, only to find Shavaugn McKenzie following her through the gates of her private Los Angeles home. McKenzie allegedly banged on the window of Jenner’s car and the Keeping Up With the Kardashiansstar called 911.
“I was terrified. I was literally traumatized,” Jenner told the court.
Attorneys for McKenzie argued he had not intended to scare her and only wanted to talk to her. According to court documents, McKenzie, who a psychiatrist says suffers from a mental illness, followed the star for 15 months before his arrest.