According to court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, the stalker had been sending letters with a "increasing hostile and threatening tone" to Jenner, all because of in infatuation with her that he's had since she was 2 years old.
He allegedly met Jenner at a Costco in 1998 and then again at a post office in 2008, when she was only 12 or 13.
"I fell in love with your obsequiousness," he wrote in one of the letters. "I would love the opportunity to give you the kind of life that you have always wanted."
Jenner's security team told Hummel to stop contacting her back in March. However, that apparently only made him more angry.
He started sending her vile letters calling her a "puerile and self-centred" "internet w----" who is "cackling her way through life."
He then started sending insane conspiracy theories to her. The claims included that her mother Kris Jenner is paying her boyfriend, A$AP Rocky, to kill her, and that Kris organized for someone to rape the model at a birthday party.
When Jenner still ignored the messages, he got increasingly angry.
"You seem to be made of money and crassness," he wrote. "Is it fun? You've been living like this for years. You seem to think that piles of money justify anything."
He added, "You make me want to die."
With the restraining order approved, Hummel will have to remain at least 100 yards away from Jenner and stop contacting her.0comments
This is the second time Jenner has had to deal with a stalker this past year.
Back in November, Shavaughn McKenzie, a homeless man, followed Jenner to her house in Hollywood Hills. He was sentenced to 178 days in jail for trespassing.