Kylie Jenner’s home was trespassed

Kylie Jenner’s home was trespassed Wednesday night when a man jumped her fence and set off fireworks.

According to information obtained by TMZ, law enforcement was called to the 24-year-old entrepreneur’s $36.5million estate in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles around 10pm.

At first the overzealous fan reportedly buzzed her security and asked for the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.

When her guards rebuffed his request, the man left and returned with pyrotechnics.

The man, who reportedly was 6ft4in and 240lbs, allegedly jumped the gate at the outer perimeter of the mansion, and began setting off the explosives.

A source told TMZ that the suspect repeatedly reached into his pockets to imply he was armed.

To carry out his scheme, the unnamed intruder reportedly carried a suitcase with content including a hammer, rubber mallet, lighter, plus the fireworks.

Police arrived and arrested the trespasser before he could cross another barrier, the site claimed.

After allegedly setting off the fiery display and doing $1,200 worth of damage to Jenner’s fence, he is now being held on a $20,000 bail for felony vandalism.

Kylie was not home at the time of the incident.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder recently gave a virtual tour of her Holmby Hills home – which she purchased in May 2020 – when she starred in Vogue’s 73 Questions video series.

The palatial digs boast seven bedrooms, 14 baths, and a home theater on 19,250 square feet of property.

The home, also referred to as a ‘resort compound,’ is protected with a 24/7 guardhouse.