Kendall Jenner causes 'ruckus' in new neighbourhood
Supermodel Kendall Jenner caused a "ruckus" when she moved into her new Hollywood home.
Los Angeles: Supermodel Kendall Jenner caused a "ruckus" when she moved into her new Hollywood home.
The model and reality TV star recently purchased a house in the Hollywood Hills for a reported USD 6.5 million.
The lavish pad, which was previously owned by actor John Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt, is at the centre of a celebrity-filled neighbourhood, with US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel also living on the street.
Kendall joined her new neighbour on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" during which the comedian poked fun at the 20-year-old, claiming she caused quite the commotion when she arrived on the block and joking that locals have been "up in arms" ever since she moved in, reported Entertainment Tonight.
"I know, I feel like I've caused a lot of like, ruckus on our street. I've had stalkers, there's a lot going on," said Kendall.
Earlier this month, the supermodel called police after she arrived home and found Shavaughn McKenzie in her driveway. He was detained and has now been charged with one count of misdemeanour stalking and another count of misdemeanour trespassing, charges to which he pleaded not guilty.
Despite the incident, Kendall is enjoying having her own space, after spending so many years sharing with her famous siblings.
Kendall, the young half-sister of Kim Kardashian, said it is quite a different experience living on her own, but felt oddly comforted knowing the chat show host isn't far away.
"It's actually so strange, when I moved in, my mum was like, super nervous about me moving into house by myself, and I was like, 'No it's OK, because Jimmy Kimmel lives right across the street. I don't know him but maybe if anything goes down he'll save my life,'" she said.