The reality star claims an obsessed fan has been coming to her home, sending her packages and calling her his 'wife.'
Kim Kardashian has been granted a temporary restraining order against a man who she claims has been stalking and harassing her, new reports reveal.
In court documents obtained by TMZ, Kardashian, 42, accuses a man by the name of Jomonie Victor Zigler of making multiple attempted visits to her home and even sending her packages, including a diamond ring and keys to a hotel room.
The restraining order, filed on behalf of the reality star by her attorney Shawn Holley, also claims that Zigler has posted explicit messages about Kardashian online, where he has referred to her as his "wife." The filing also notes that Zigler has a criminal history that includes firearms and threats.
The SKIMS founder claims that Zigler's actions have caused her emotional distress, especially after her security had to intercept the 28-year-old stalker at the gate of her Calabasas home.
"There is absolutely no reason or legitimate purpose for him to be contacting me or coming to my home. I am informed that he has attempted to access my home on multiple occasions. beginning on December 26, 2022," Kardashian wrote in the filing, per The Blast. "I have never shared my home address or the location of my residence with him. I attempt to keep my home address private and I do not know how he obtained my home address. I am informed that on each occasion he attempted to access my home, he was denied entry by neighborhood security and my private security.”
She continued, "I fear what Mr. Zigler would have done if security was not present to deny him entry. I am informed that he refers to me as his 'wife' and has made numerous  references on social media indicating we are in a romantic relationship. I am further informed that he has posted sexually explicit messages about me on social media. It troubles me that he falsely believes we are in a romantic relationship when in fact we have never communicated."
As a result of Kardashian's claims, the court granted her a temporary restraining order, with an official hearing scheduled for next month.