Supermodel Kendall Jenner won a restraining order Wednesday against an obsessed fan who deluged her with creepy — and increasingly alarming — letters.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star said southern California resident Thomas Hummel began sending her unsolicited letters in February and refused to stop when contacted by her lawyer and security team.
“Recently, the letters have included disturbing and upsetting language and have taken on an increasingly hostile and threatening tone,” Jenner said in her filing obtained by the Daily News.
She said Hummel flooded her with dozens of deliveries and seemed hellbent on making contact.
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“As a result of Mr. Hummel’s continued harassment of me, I have suffered, and continue to suffer, emotional distress,” she said in the paperwork signed July 7 and filed Wednesday.
The Vogue cover model, 21, attached copies of the bizarre letters to the petition granted by a Los Angeles judge pending a follow-up hearing on Aug. 2.
“I am in love with you. Will you call me please,” Hummel, 62, wrote in one short message signed and dated March 21.
“Do you never call me because you hate me?” he wrote in a follow-up delivered in April.
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By May, his demeanor turned darker and more unhinged.
“Does your mother still pay AHOLE Rockhead one million dollars per week so you can have someone to sleep with?” he wrote, apparently referring to Jenner’s musician boyfriend A$ AP Rocky.
“I assume Scientology doesn’t allow you to come clean about some things,” he said.
Hummel claimed he knew Jenner personally from meetings at a post office in Del Mar in 2008 and a Costco in 1998.
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“No one has hurt my feelings as much as you have,” he wrote in another letter. “My guess is you simply like to be an internet whore, cackling your way through life.”
In June, he wrote about a cease and desist letter he received and asked if Jenner was being held “prisoner.”
“Is AHole Butt Head also harming you? I believe he may have been biting you,” Hummel wrote in a distressing dispatch received June 19. “If you call me I will ask you to come here and I would marry you.”
Hummel, a resident of Solana Beach, now must stay at least 100 yards away from Jenner and refrain from contacting or harassing her, according to the temporary restraining order.
He isn’t the first fixated fan to target Jenner.
Last summer, 26-year-old Shavaughn McKenzie slipped through the security gate at Jenner’s Hollywood Hills residence and accosted her as she cried and frantically dialed for help in her driveway.
McKenzie was convicted on a trespassing charge but acquitted of stalking after jurors heard he’d been diagnosed with a “psychotic disorder.”
“I was terrified,” the daughter of Caitlyn Jenner testified at McKenzie’s trial. “I was literally traumatized.”
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