Kendall Jenner ''fully flipped'' out when she came face to face with her alleged stalker.

The 21-year-old model felt ''so independent'' before she found out her Hollywood home had been broken into by Shavaughn McKenzie in August last year, who faces one count of misdemeanour stalking, and has hinted she now doesn't want to be left alone.

Speaking openly about her terrifying experience on 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians', which will air on Sunday (26.03.17), the brunette beauty said: ''I had someone break into my house.

''I used to be the one who was so independent. I was always kind of by myself, in a good way, but now it's fully flipped.''

The catwalk icon recalled to her 61-year-old momager, Kris Jenner, and Scott Disick - who is the father of Kourtney Kardashians children Mason, seven, Penelope, four, and two-year-old Reign - she initially assumed her follower was simply a ''homeless man''.

She explained: ''So, I came home one night and there was a guy sitting on the side of my street, and I was like, 'That's so weird.' He just looked like a homeless man sitting in his knees ... in the street. I drove around and went into my house and I watched the gate close. I turned my car off, getting my stuff together.''

However, the fashion muse was stunned to then see the figure standing ''right behind my car'' as the gates had closed.

She continued: ''I'm about to open my door and I look in my rear-view mirror and he was standing right there. I just saw his figure, in the gate right behind my car.''

Kendall instantly phoned her friends ''sobbing crying'' whilst he was ''banging'' on her window, which led her to swiftly drive back out of the drive to escape.

She said: ''I was like, 'No, you need to leave. I called one of my friends immediately. I'm sobbing crying. He's at my window, banging on my window, screaming at me. So, then I finally start backing out and I get to my gate. The gate opens and I get out. He all of sudden starts running after me.''

Meanwhile, the television personality has since spoke out in Los Angeles County Court to testify against the male.