Kendall Jenner's Alleged Stalker Deported by ICE Back to Canada
Kendall Jenner just got a little peace of mind — her alleged stalker who crawled up onto her property has been kicked out of the country.
John Ford — the 38-year-old Canadian citizen who twice showed up at Kendall’s home last year — has been deported from the U.S. following his hearing in El Paso, Texas. Good news for Kendall, because authorities feared he could get violent.
We broke the story … Ford was arrested by ICE in New Mexico in March after the law enforcement agency hunted him down.
Jenner’s alleged stalker’s had an expired visitor visa and was in the country illegally, and after his arrest an ICE spokesperson told us it “very well have prevented a violent crime,” adding … “Our special agents acted quickly on this tip to ensure that this obsessive behavior didn’t escalate to become a tragedy.”
As we reported … Ford scaled a hill at Kendall’s home last October and ended up by her swimming pool. He came back again shortly thereafter and ended up on her porch.
The alleged stalker was reportedly escorted by officers from El Paso to the Houston airport and flown out of the U.S. to Ontario, Canada.
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