We live during a time when everyone wants to be famous, but many don't weigh the consequences. The Kardashian-Jenners don't mind sharing a post or two, sharing parts of their intimate lives with fans and followers, but they draw the line when it comes to people skulking around their private spaces. Take for instance John Ford, a man who Kendall Jenner insists has been stalking her. According to The Blast, the model said Ford broke into her property on multiple occasions, resulting in Jenner obtaining a restraining order against him in October 2018.

"There is absolutely no reason for him to be contacting me or coming to my home," Jenner wrote in her restraining order. "The fact that he has continued to come to my home — despite all my efforts to get him to stop — scares me.” Ford was arrested back in September 2018 and pleaded guilty to trespassing. For that infraction, he spent three days in jail. He was arrested again in October following Jenner receiving the restraining order and was charged with trespassing and violating a protective order.

Ford was found guilty just last month and sentenced to 180 days in jail and three years probation, so you'd think that Jenner would feel a tad bit safer, but that's not the case. He served 90 days, half of his sentence, and given credit for time served. Although Ford is free to roam about wherever he pleases, he has been ordered by the court to stay 150 yards away from Jenner and 1,000 yards away from her home. Ford is also prohibited from contacting Jenner in any way.