Kendall Jenner took the stand in a courtroom in Los Angeles today, where she testified as a key witness against her alleged stalker.
The 20-year-old model and reality television star recounted the chilling experience, which saw Shavaughn McKenzie arrested outside of her Hidden Hills home on the night of August 14 on charges of stalking and trespassing. “I’ve never been so scared in my life,” Jenner said in court, as TMZ reports.
Jenner told the judge that she found McKenzie sitting in front of the driveway of her home, and that he followed her in as she drove up and the gates closed behind her. Jenner claims to have screamed, “Who are you?! I want you to leave!” as she banged on her car windows.
Jenner then managed to drive down the street, where she called her family friend Shelli Azoff for help. Azoff testified on Wednesday that Jenner was indeed screaming and crying after witnessing an unknown man outside of her car.
McKenzie’s attorney blamed the incident on a severe mental disorder and said he just wanted to talk to the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star. If McKenzie is convicted on either charge of stalking or trespassing, he could face up to six months in jail.