By Damilola Faustino
A man accused of stalking Kendall Jenner was released from custody, then arrested the next day based on a development in the investigation.
The accused stalker, a native of Canada named John Ford, was arrested Tuesday while he was trespassing on the property of the reality star, as he was on her porch after breaking into the gated community where the 22-year-old model resides.
To access the exclusive property, Ford, 37, had to scale the side of a mountain adjacent to the property, the outlet reported.
Ford was determined to be stable mentally by a psychiatrist and released from the holding cell short of the 72-hour maximum.
Upon his release, police arrested him Thursday in connection with criminal trespassing and violation of a restraining order, with officials setting bail at $30,000.
Ford was not on or near the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star’s property during his apprehension Thursday.
He had been arrested in September after a break-in, pleaded guilty to a trespassing charge, and was issued a restraining order to remain at least 1,000 feet in distance from the property.
He did not obey, as he was spotted on the property twice since, with authorities placing him into custody the second time.
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