Court documents show unstable stalker targeted Kendall Jenner for years, called her ‘dog sh**’ and ‘Internet wh***’

New court documents were made public in connection with the Kendall Jenner stalking case, which shows the suspect claimed the reality star has “been in love” with him since she was just 2.

The suspected stalker, identified as 62-year-old Thomas Hummel, reportedly started sending Jenner love letters in 2008, after he allegedly met her at a post. He also claimed he met a then-2-year-old Jenner in 1998 at a Costco store. Kendall recently filed a restraining order against Hummel, which a Los Angeles judge granted.

“[You’re] “an Internet wh-re, cackling your way through life…..”You look like you’ve been f***ing AHOLE Dog Sh**t in the sewer for years.”

Hummel is required to stay at least 100 yards away from Jenner after sending her a slew of harassing letters, which started out as confessions of love marriage proposals, then escalated to calling her “whore” and accusing her wanting to be raped at her own birthday party.

The letters took a dark turn when Jenner’s management team sent Hummel a letter to stop contacting her. Hummel wrote back and said the management team was holding Kendall hostage. He demanded for Jenner to call him so he could hear from her that she wanted him to stop contacting her.

If Hummel violates the restraining order, he could face time in prison.

This isn’t the first time Kendall faced a stalker. According to the Associated Press (AP), in 2016, 26-year-old Shavaughn McKenzie stalked Kendall so much that she was terrified for her life.

“I’ve never been so scared in my life,” Jenner said in a Los Angeles County courtroom. “It’s definitely put me even more on edge. I definitely don’t feel safe in my own house anymore.”

McKenzie, a homeless man, was eventually sentenced to 175 days behind bars for stalking Jenner, walking up her driveway, and accosting her twice outside of her Westwood condo.

[Feature Photo: AP/Rich Fury/Invision]