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The terrifying threats have left the reality TV star experiencing "severe emotional distress", with legal documents obtained by The Blast confirming the legal action she's taken to protect her family.
Filing a restraining order request, Kim included over 30 letters from the alleged stalker in which he made a number of serious and specific death threats. "In these letters, [he] made numerous violent threats against Ms. Kardashian. In addition, he made numerous sexual comments regarding Ms. Kardashian and her partners," Kim’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, wrote in the legal papers, adding: "He threatened Ms. Kardashian's family, referencing Ms. Kardashian's children."
Describing the "violent" threats, Holley revealed these "included threats that Ms. Kardashian was on his 'hit list' and 'must die soon'." The alleged stalker also laid out plans of when and where they would attack the reality star and her partner, writing in one threatening letter: "Cause of your most recent action, I put you on my HIT LIST. If I ever see you in New York or your boyfriend in Los Angeles I will carry it out that day... Pete must and will die this weekend and you next weekend."
Speaking about the impact the threats have had on her as part of the restraining order request, Kim said: "I have never met him or communicated with him and I have no relationship with him. I have never shared my address with [him] and I do not know how he obtained my home address."
She went on, "There is absolutely no reason or legitimate purpose for him to be contacting me. In multiple letters, he has threatened to kill me. He has made numerous false and delusional claims about me and my intimate relationships. He has also made disturbing sexual references about me in his letters.
"I have suffered and continue to suffer, severe emotional distress. I fear for my own safety. I also fear for the safety of those close to me, my family, and others at my workplace… I am concerned [that] with[out] a restraining order in place, he will continue to escalate his threats and will attempt to physically harm or even kill me."
In light of her statement, a judge agreed to put a temporary restraining order in place – meaning the man can not contact Kim or come within 100 yards of her or her home – with a hearing to decide on a long-term restraining order set for 13 June 2022.
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