FBI special agents arrested a Californian woman on Aug. 18 over cyberstalking and hacking threats made to reality star Kris Jenner.
Christina Elizabeth Bankston, 36, was charged on 15 counts of allegedly harassing Jenner, the star’s family members and two of her assistants. According to court documents found by Entertainment Tonight, Bankston crafted hundreds of offensive emails and anonymous text messages sent to 60-year-old Jenner from several phone numbers from March-September 2014.
Bankston is also suspected of impersonating Jenner via text messages to the reality star's family by hacking into her iCloud account, including her ex, Caitlyn Jenner, and one of her daughters, who at the time was a minor.
Bankston also allegedly took over Jenner's Instagram account and posted "negative comments" about "blacks" and other "disparaging remarks." She also allegedly called the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department in April 2014 and falsely claimed that there was a suicide attempt at the home, which sent emergency services to Jenner's residence.
Bankston appeared in federal court in Oakland on Aug. 19, and was released on $20,000 bond. She must appear in court again on Aug. 22 and has been forbidden to contact Jenner.
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