Kim Kardashian fears for her life after bomb threat, gets protective order
- Kim's lawyer arrived in court Monday to get a restraining order against David Resendiz
- Kim said that she received scores of letters threatening her and her family's life
- In multiple emails, Resendiz said he would kill Kim
Kim Kardashian has received a protective order from court after she was threatened by someone she hasn't even met. In a court filing, the reality TV star said that she fears for her life and the lives of her children.
According to TMZ, Kim's lawyer, Shawn Holley, arrived in court Monday to get a restraining order against David Resendiz. The mother of four said that she received scores of letters, more than 80, threatening her and her family's life. In one of the letters, the writer alleged to blow up her office with a bomb.
Kim reportedly said that somehow Resendiz got her home and business addresses and began sending a slew of letters. She also said that Resendiz made numerous false and delusional claims about her intimate relationships.
He's made "disturbing sexual references about me in his letters," Kim wrote in her filing in court, according to TMZ.
In multiple emails, Resendiz said he would kill Kim.
Kim asked the judge to keep Resendiz 100 yards away from her and her family and to have no other contact.
It remains unclear if any charges have been filed in the case. The exact motive behind the harassment remains unclear.
A source recently told Pinkvilla that the couple "are doing great" together. The Keeping Up with The Kardashians star is foreseeing a "strong, healthy and promising future" with the SNL cast member. In March, Kim made her romance with Pete Instagram official, months after sparking dating rumors.
"He is so respectful of her and treats her like an absolute queen. He is completely enamoured by her beauty and talent." The insider went on and added, "He thinks she's an awesome mom and would more than likely take their relationship to the next level in a heartbeat, but Kim isn't quite there yet."