Kendall Jenner has taken the witness stand against her alleged stalker and admitted she had never been "so scared" as when she came face-to-face with him.
The 20-year-old model spoke out in Los Angeles County Court on Thursday to testify against Shavaughn McKenzie, who faces one count of misdemeanour stalking.
Kendall appeared shaken and nervous as she told the judge she had found the man sitting in front of the driveway of her home with his head tucked between his knees on August 14.
She explained how she drove around him and saw her gate close, but didn't realise he had followed her into the Hollywood Hills estate until she saw him in her car mirror.
Kendall screamed "Who are you?" but the man just stared at her. She wound her window down six inches and shouted at him to leave, prompting him to begin banging on her windows.
According to TMZ, she admitted: "I've never been so scared in my life."
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star pulled out of her driveway, drove down the street and called a friend for help.
She will return to the witness stand later in the day.
Earlier on Thursday, a judge imposed a permanent restraining order on McKenzie, with the five-year agreement ordering him to stay 100 yards away from her, her home, her car and her workplace.
It was previously claimed McKenzie had previously camped outside Kendall's home and chased her car as she left, even running into the traffic.
He has previously been arrested for trespassing multiple times at UCLA and surrounding buildings, and his booking at Kendall's home reportedly marked a probation violation.
Khloe Kardashian: Kim isn't doing that well
Kim Kardashian West is "not doing that well" after being robbed at gunpoint last week, her sister Khloe Kardashian has said.
The 35-year-old star was involved in a "traumatic" incident when she was tied up, put in a bath and had more than $10 million worth of jewellery stolen from her by five masked, armed men in Paris, France, last week, and Khloe admitted it will "take time" for her sibling to recover.
She said: "She's not doing that well. It's incredibly traumatic what happened to her, but our family is super close and great and we'll get through it together.
"We do appreciate all of your guys' love and support. It will take time. It was horrible what happened to her."
Khloe admitted the incident has been a "wake-up call" for her social media-friendly family, who are often posting tweets and sharing Instagram pictures and Snapchat videos of their whereabouts.
Speaking on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 32-year-old star added: "It's just a wake-up call to make a lot of life adjustments. This is a really serious matter.
"For Kim I think it's really personal as to when that emotional, like, terror you could move on from.
"It's a wake-up call for all of us, but definitely [the focus is] just to make sure our sister is OK.
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"Like I said, we're a family, we'll do this together. I think it's important to make those adjustments and to pull back a little bit I think is always smart."
Late last week, Khloe and her half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner cancelled a number of planned public appearances in the wake of Kim's horrific ordeal.
A source said at the time: "Due to recent events and ongoing security issues, all signings have been cancelled."
Kim - who has three-year-old daughter North and 10-month-old son Saint, with husband Kanye West - is said to have told police investigating the incident that her robbers acted like amateurs after putting her in the bath and taking her out again before pointing a gun at her a second time.
Kylie Jenner: Tyga's pals told him not to date me
Kylie Jenner has revealed Tyga's friends told him not to date her when they first started going out in 2014.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has enjoyed an on/off romance with the 'Rack City' hitmaker since 2014 but has revealed that his friends urged him not to go out with her at first.
She said: "The first year we started hanging out, everyone around him told him not to be with me. I still get comments like, 'Don't be with him.'
"But we're not doing it for the public - we love each other. We need to be together at all times. We never get mad at each other, we just figure things out."
And Kylie insists there is no bad blood between her and Tyga's ex Blac Chyna, who is now engaged to her stepbrother Rob Kardashian.
She added: "I never fought with her over social media in the beginning, but I understand where she was coming from and what place she was in. We're totally fine. It's all love."
The 19-year-old television personality also opened up about growing up in the spotlight, admitting it is the "hardest thing".
She told the new issue of Complex magazine: "It's definitely easier for me than for most people. There are so many doors that I've walked through.
"I don't hate my life. I'm happy. But everything that comes with it - the paparazzi and not being able to do normal things? I've been famous for what feels like my whole life. I just want to know what it feels like not to be.
"Fame isn't bad ... [Growing up in the spotlight] is probably the hardest thing. You don't know who you are. I didn't know who I was a year ago, and I still don't know exactly who I am now. You're trying to grow up and make mistakes and everybody's watching."
Kendall Jenner wants a fan to be her photography muse
Kendall Jenner has teamed up with LOVE Magazine to create a cover shoot for the publication that will feature a fan of the reality star.
The 20-year-old reality star has teamed up with LOVE Magazine in order to further her photography career, and the publication is calling for a fan to take up the modelling position and star on the cover of their bi-annual magazine that will hit the shelves in February 2017.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star is working closely with the publication's Editor-in-Chief Katie Grand, with the hope that they will find a muse who "represents something new, meaningful and specific."
The press release for the project reads: "This is not a model competition. The aim is to find someone who represents something new, meaningful and specific to the current age. To discover a face that represents the times; a personality that in previous decades might have shone through, but which cannot make it through popular culture in its current state, gridlocked by corporate interests. Everyone is welcome to put themselves forward."
Applicants can apply for the job by posting a picture of themselves with a small description of who they are on Twitter and Instagram, using the hashtag '#LOVEME17'. Alternatively, candidates are able to email their picture and description to email@example.com
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A total of 20 lucky finalists will then be whisked off to LA in November for the photo shoot, and will also be interviewed for the issue.
It isn't the first time Kendall has picked up a camera for the magazine either, as she previously shot Kaia Gerber in July for the publication's Autumn/Winter 2016 issue. The opportunity first presented itself when Katie, 45, noticed the star's knack for photography on her Instagram.
Speaking about hiring Kendall as a photographer, Katie said: "I'd liked some of her Instagram posts where she had obviously 'composed' the images more thoughtfully than an average snap, so I asked her to take some pictures for the issue."
Applications for the shoot are open to anyone between the age of 15 and 35.
Blac Chyna's mum urges her to be a 'single mom' again
Blac Chyna's mother Tokyo Toni urged her to "be a single mom again" after partner Rob Kardashian disappeared following a row.
The 28-year-old make-up artist - who has a three-year-old son, King Cairo, with ex-boyfriend Tyga - turned to her mum Tokyo Toni for support after her fiance Rob Kardashian disappeared and blocked her number following an explosive argument.
And Toni told her daughter - who is due to give birth to Rob's baby next month - she felt the sock designer had too many issues to be able to love her properly, and she should seriously consider raising their baby by herself.
Toni said: "My advice to you would be not to move in with him, stop communicating about his issues because he don't care himself. Just like you have to love yourself before you can love somebody else. So he can't love you the way he's supposed to.
"You just need to go ahead and be a single mom again, it's just simple as that. You gotta believe you know that you gonna be alright. Have your baby, be happy, that's my advice."
And Chyna - who has been living apart from Rob - admitted she was unsure how much longer she could cope with their "yo-yo" relationship.
Speaking on 'Rob & Chyna' in scenes which aired on Sunday, she said: "I just feel like it's a yo-yo game with me and Rob and I don't know how much longer I can do this because I know once the baby comes things are definitely going to change."
Despite Rob's disappearance, Chyna decided to attend his grandmother MJ's birthday celebration in San Diego without him, and while out at the family dinner, she discovered the 29-year-old star had also blocked his mother Kris Jenner and sisters from contacting him.
She had a heart-to-heart with his older sister, Kim Kardashian West, about how "frustrating" her relationship with Rob can be because he "really thinks sometimes" that she doesn't love him as she isn't as affectionate as he is.
Kim, 35, urged Chyna to talk to Rob but admitted his problems all stemmed from "within himself".
She said: "We've all tried to come at him in different ways and with our own personalities and he's not gone for any of it. So it's nothing that any of us have done, it's really within himself. I just hope he gets it together for the baby."
Rob eventually reappeared and told Kris he'd been in Las Vegas and hadn't wanted to hear from anyone, prompting his mother to tearfully urge him to be more responsible.
She told him: "I just want you to be responsible because you're going to have a baby and you can't just leave town.
"All I need is, 'Mom I'm good, don't worry, I love you' and that would've been one little text."