Terrified Kendall Jenner Flees House Of Horrors After Robbery
Kendall Jenner wants out of her Hollywood Hills home just days after she was robbed of $200,000 in jewelry.
RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the 21-year-old supermodel — who called police at 1:15 am Wednesday morning to report missing items from her house located just above the famed Sunset Strip in West Hollywood — has already contacted her realtor to put the property up for sale.
“This is just too much for her to handle,” a family insider said of the reality star, who has publicly suffered from extreme anxiety and panic attacks.
As multiple reports surface online suggesting that the robbery was an “inside job,” the source revealed that Jenner believes the culprit could be a friend.
“She does not think that this was a random burglar,” said the source. “She thinks that it has to be one of her friends, or someone that she has had over recently. Security footage of the house shows that there was no forced entry.”
Sadly, this is not the first time that Jenner has had a horrific scare at her Hollywood mansion.
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In August, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star arrived home to find an alleged stalker waiting for her and while testifying in court against Shavaughn McKenzie, 21, Jenner said that she did “not feel safe” in her home.
“Kendall’s family never wanted her to get this house in the first place because it is literally walking distance from all of the bars and clubs on the Sunset Strip,” the source told RadarOnline.com. “After the first incident with the stalker, she was weary about living there, but now she feels she has to go.”
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