The alleged stalker Kendall Jenner encountered at her home in West Hollywood, California, on Sunday night has been charged with two misdemeanors.
Police arrested Shavaughn McKenzie at Jenner’s home, the L.A. City Attorney tells ET, and he pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanors -- one count of stalking and one count of trespassing. The judge imposed a $120,000 bail, and the next hearing is set for Aug. 30 at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Court.
The City Attorney also said that they have prior cases against McKenzie for trespassing, which could come into play later on in court.
The LAPD confirmed to ET on Monday that they received a trespassing call at 9.45 p.m. on Sunday night. Jenner, 20, encountered the alleged stalker when he followed her after she opened the gate and drove onto her property, prompting her to call 911 "in a panic," according to TMZ.
The incident happened after Jenner returned from a casual dinner with Tyler, The Creator and her bestie, Hailey Baldwin, at The Grove in Los Angeles.
"Every day, I have to find a way to escape; I have to go borrow someone else's car," she said about avoiding paparazzi. "Sometimes it takes me an hour to figure out how to get rid of these guys who have been following me all day. And the second that I feel it getting the better of me, I have to go chill myself out -- go take a bath or something to, like, disconnect from it. It keeps you real and sane and humble."