Kylie and Kendall Jenner were granted restraining orders against a nudist who skinny-dipped in Kendall’s pool. Both Jenner sisters are getting court-ordered protection from the man who allegedly trespassed onto Kendall’s property.

A judge recently ordered Shaquan King, 27, to keep at least 100 yards away from Kylie for the next three years and Kendall for the next five. The man slipped naked into Kylie’s gated community last month after being released from jail. He was held for six hours prior after cops arrested him at Kendall’s home, where he was banging on windows and reportedly skinny-dipper in Kendall’s pool.

Kylie made a statement at Friday’s court hearing where she told the judge that King’s criminal background gives her cause to fear for her life. Her legal team had requested a five-year restraining order, but the judge only granted it for three years. The judge cited that the harassment was “short-lived.”

Kendall Jenner received a five-year restraining order, which also protects Kris Jenner. This isn’t the first time the Jenner sister has needed to take extreme measures to keep creeps away.

Last month, Kendall was forced to get a temporary restraining order against another man who plotted to kill her. 24-year-old Malik Bowker allegedly traveled across the country to murder Kendall. The judge granted the temporary restraining order, requiring Bowker to stay 100 yards away from her at all times.

According to court documents, Kendall was informed of the plot by an LAPD detective. The star claimed that Malik Bowker was going to purchase an illegal firearm to kill her in a murder/suicide. Bowker is currently being held on a temporary psychiatric hold at a local hospital. Kendall Jenner insisted that his alleged threats caused her severe emotional trauma. She feared if he were released from the hospital that Bowker would kill her. The event is one more on a growing list of dangerous occurrences surrounding the Jenner family.

A North Dakota man drove to meet Kylie Jenner before breaking into her home in November 2020 and a restraining order was granted in December. Justin Robert Bergquist is required to stay away from the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star for a year after Jenner’s petition and other documents detailed an alleged burglary.