Some might agree that model Kendall Jenner is doing the right thing in wake of her alleged stalker being released from jail. The girl with the huge following suddenly obliterated her Instagram account, and one of her photos there had picked up the most views in all of 2015. The infamous photo shows the dark-maned reality TV star with her hair fanned out in heart shapes. That image received a photo “like” count of 3.2 million.
However, Kendall Jenner is on edge these days, because her alleged male stalker has not spent much time behind bars. According to MetroUS.com, the model removed her Instagram account without any warning just days after her alleged stalker followed her into the driveway in August. The alleged perpetrator was only convicted of trespassing for showing up at Kendall’s home and was released from jail. People suspect she deleted her account to feel safer and protect herself from unwanted attention.
Maybe it’s merely a social media break, and sometimes famous people like Kendall Jenner need to get away from the fame, recognition and too many prying eyes. So, celebrities walk away from social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and others that have made them super famous globally.
Kendall has told big sisters Khloe and Kim, that she wants to use her celebrity status for the good of humanity. She feels strongly about curbing gun violence but also admits her star power might “do more harm than good” by taking away from the real message.