Kylie Jenner Granted Restraining Order Against Stalker From Bismarck
Did you ever think you would hear the words "Kylie Jenner" and "North Dakota" in the same sentence? Well, get ready for some weird North Dakota news, involving Kylie Jenner. A North Dakota man allegedly drove to California and attempted to break into the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star's house and meet her.
The Dickinson Press reports that Kylie Jenner has successfully obtained a restraining order against a Bismarck man who was allegedly stalking her last month. According to the report, 22-year-old Justin Robert Bergquist, attempted to break into the 23-year-old makeup mogul's Hidden Hills gated community home in Los Angeles County, California to meet her. And he was almost successful.
The story from The Dickinson Press states Bergquist actually broke into one of Kylie Jenner's neighbor's homes in the cul-de-sac, "but he fled after finding a young child in a playroom." Get the full news and disturbing details about Kylie Jenner's alleged stalker from North Dakota here.
It is easy to dismiss a celebrity with her "poor little rich girl" story, but it is important to remember that Kylie Jenner is a real human. She may have maximum security for hers and her daughter's safety, but that does not mean she is immune to tragedy. I mean, her sister, Kim Kardashian West, was once robbed at gunpoint and tied up while she was in France.
The report on Kylie Jenner's situation says that the restraining order against Justin Bergquist is good for one year. Hopefully, the accused stalker doesn't reoffend or find a new victim.
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