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November 14, 2019

TMZ: Kylie Jenner's Alleged Stalker Who Showed up at Her House Sentenced to 1 Year in Prison

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“Keeping Up With The Kardashians (KUWTK)” reality star Kylie Jenner, 22, recently received some form of justice. An obsessed fan was handed down his sentence.

According to TMZ, a man named Brandon Sevilla Martinez showed up at Jenner's home on October 29, 2019, and aggressively knocked on her door demanding to see her. A security guard escorted the stalker off the property before he was arrested.

He was sentenced to a year in prison for a number of charges. A Los Angeles (LA) County Superior Court clerk revealed that Martinez pled no contest to one misdemeanor count of trespass by driving on private property.

Jenner’s stalker found guilty of several charges

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Kylie Jenner at the Costume Institute Gala | Photo: Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images

He was also charged and pled no contest to one felony count of bringing contraband into a jail. The stalker was caught with a glass pipe when he was arrested.

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He’s set to serve his sentence in the L.A. County Jail. Martinez was also given three years of probation.

It was ruled that he’s to stay at least 100 yards away from all parts of Hidden Hills, the neighborhood where Jenner lives.

Reality star filed a temporary restraining order

Kylie Jenner at Barker Hangar on August 27, 2019, in Santa Monica, California | Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images

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The makeup mogul had filed a temporary restraining order against Martinez after the incident. A hearing to extend the order was set to take place later this month.

Jenner filed for a restraining order because she was reportedly concerned for the safety of her daughter Stormi Webster, 20-months-old. She claimed in the court documents that the stalker could return to her home in the future.

The reality star wasn’t at home when the incident occurred but she reportedly claimed Martinez followed her and other members of her family on social media. The security guard who escorted the convict also filed his own legal documents accusing the stalker of acting erratic and nervous.

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Stalker rams Jenner’s gate to try and get to her

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This wasn’t the first time that Jenner had to deal with an obsessed fan. In June 2016, the reality star reported someone trying to get onto her property to the police.

The stalker, Marvin Magallanes, told guards at the time that he was at her home to meet the star. When the guards turned him away, he tried to ram the gate of Jenner’s property open with his car and then sped away.

However, he wasn’t done yet because he returned two weeks later and tried to ram the gate again. The police were luckily able to track him down and he was charged with two counts of misdemeanor vandalism.

Second stalker killed a homeless man

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Magallanes was then sentenced to ten days in the county jail. The obsessed fan’s story, however, became quite dark when he confessed that he’d stabbed a homeless man to death.

The man was also suspected to be linked to an unsolved murder.

The first stalker was able to get onto Jenner’s property even though she lives in a gated community. Despite the reality star not being home during the incident, it was revealed that she was “scared.”

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