Woman charged with cyberstalking Kris Jenner

A woman was charged with stalking Jenner after her social media accounts were allegedly hacked.

Kris Jenner. Picture: Getty Images/AFP.

LOS ANGELES - A woman has been charged with cyberstalking Kris Jenner.

The 60-year-old star allegedly had her iCloud and social media accounts hacked and the female is also said to have bombarded the Keeping Up With the Kardashians "momager" with crude messages and impersonated the matriarch during a phone call to the police, according to TMZ.

She has been hit with a 15-count indictment for harassing Kris, her relatives, and two of her assistants, and for multiple counts of cyberstalking and hacking.

It has been reported the woman sent disturbing messages to the TV star, which included sexual references.

One reportedly said: "Oh you can't block me forever love," and another referred to a sexual act and added: "You are mine and you am in love.(sic)"

Another read: "Instagram me. Make me famous.(sic)"

According to the documents, the alleged stalker claims she has a sex tape of Kris and sent a text message to the reality star's ex-husband Caitlyn Jenner - who was formerly known as Bruce Jenner - with obscene comments.

Meanwhile, Kris' daughter Kendall Jenner has obtained a restraining order against her alleged stalker.

The 20-year-old supermodel called police when she arrived at her Hollywood Hills home on Sunday and found Shavaughn McKenzie waiting for Kendall to arrive and when she drove in through her gate, he followed and banged on her window.

He shouted: "Can I talk to you?"

But this wasn't the only time McKenzie had followed Kendall as he previously camped outside her home and chased her car as she left, even running into the traffic.

He has now been charged by the Los Angeles City Attorney with one count of misdemeanour stalking and one count of misdemeanour trespassing.