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Kris Jenner steps up security after sex tape extortion plot turns scary

Kris Jenner and the Kardashian/Jenner clan have stepped up their security after a man began trying to get money from the momager to keep him from releasing a sex tape. Jenner now believes that the man is following her and has involved local law enforcement and the family’s private investigator.

Kris Jenner adds more security in sex tape extortion plot.
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According to a source close to the Kardashian’s, Kris Jenner was approached by an unknown man last week. He claimed that he had a sex tape of her and would keep it quiet if she paid him.

The source said, “At first she [Kris Jenner] thought it was a joke, because she knew it couldn’t be real. Obviously she would never allow herself to be taped like that. Initially, she just ignored it.”

“He called Kris more than one hundred times in the last seven days, from more than 100 different phone numbers. He used scrambled cell numbers. He called more than 25 times just yesterday alone. The man has been demanding money from Kris. If he’s not paid, he claims, he’ll release the tape.”

The source went on to add that Jenner believes she could be being watched by the man. “She thinks he could be following her. She went out to eat and then got a text from him saying ‘Are you enjoying the restaurant?’ This person knew where she was.”

“The family has drastically stepped up their security and Kris had no choice but to turn all the information over to law enforcement and to [the family’s private investigator] Gavin DeBecker.”

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