Kendall Jenner Granted Permanent Restraining Order Against Obsessed Fan Thomas Hummel

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Kendall Jenner Thomas Hummel Restraining Order

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Kendall Jenner Thomas Hummel Restraining Order

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Kendall Jenner was granted a permanent restraining order on Wednesday against an allegedly obsessed fan. The man, identified as Thomas Hummel, is now prohibited from contacting the star for three years.

In mid-July, Jenner sought a temporary restraining order after the California-based man repeatedly contacted her over the last few months. It was alleged Hummel sent the model multiple love letters, and ignored responses from her security team that warned him to stop writing. That’s when the love letters reportedly turned into angry letters, with the purported fan allegedly filling his missives with aggressive, expletive-laden statements.

In one such letter, Hummel allegedly called Jenner an “internet whore, cackling your way through life,” and said she looked like “you’ve been f*cking ahole dog sh*t in the sewer for years.” He further claimed to have seen the star at a Costco in 1998, when she was just 3 years old, and again at a post office in 2008 when she was 13. Some of the letters also featured disparaging remarks about Kris Jenner and A$AP Rocky.

After securing the temporary stay-away order, Jenner’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, went to court today to make it a permanent restraining order. Despite the name, however, such rulings typically only stay in effect for three or five years at a time. In addition to forbidding Hummel from coming within 100 yards of Jenner or contacting her in any way, he is also not allowed to own any guns during this period, according to TMZ.

Jenner did not appear in court and it’s unclear if she submitted a new declaration, but the site reports Holley came armed with a statement from the “Keeping Up with the Kardashian” star’s head of security. Unfortunately, she’s been down this road before. As Gossip Cop reported, Jenner obtained a restraining order against Shavaughn McKenzie last October after he showed up at her home in August and confronted her. He was later convicted of trespassing, but acquitted on a stalking charge.

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