Kim Kardashian's obsessed fan 'threatened to KILL her boyfriend Pete Davidson' in 30 terrifying letters

KIM Kardashian has filed for a restraining order against a crazed fan who has "threatened to kill" both her and her boyfriend, Pete Davidson.

The Kardashians star flew to Italy over the weekend without her beau to celebrate her sister Kourtney's wedding to Travis Barker.

Now Kim, 41, has asked the court for protection after what she called a "stalker" has threatened to kill both her and Pete, 28.

According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, the reality star received over "30 letters" from an obsessed fan, including direct threats toward the comedian.

Kim’s lawyer Shawn Holley explained the seriousness of the situation and revealed the specific death threats made against the SNL star.

“In these letters, (he) made numerous violent threats against Ms. Kardashian. In addition, he made numerous sexual comments regarding Ms. Kardashian and her partners. He further threatened that he would take actions that would cause Ms. Kardashian and her family to be imprisoned,” she claimed.

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“He threatened Ms. Kardashian’s family, referencing Ms. Kardashian’s children," the attorney added.

The letters included threats that Kim was on the man's "hit list” and “must die soon,” and would “get death.”

According to the documents, the individual wrote: “Cause of your most recent action, I put you on my HIT LIST. If I ever see you in New York or your boyfriend in Los Angeles I will carry it out that day.”

He added: “Pete Must and Will Die this weekend and you next weekend.”

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Kim had previously filed a restraining order against the same man in the Los Angeles County Courts, requesting that he stay away from her and her family.


In the documents, Kim disclosed the scary situation in a declaration, writing: “I have never met him or communicated with him and I have no relationship with him. I have never shared my address with (him) and I do not know how he obtained my home address.

“There is absolutely no reason or legitimate purpose for him to be contacting me," she asserted.

The mother of four continued: “In multiple letters, he has threatened to kill me. He has made numerous false and delusional claims about me and my intimate relationships.

"He has also made disturbing sexual references about me in his letters.”


Kim then gave examples of the man's offenses, writing: “On April 25, 2022, a written bomb threat was made to my business office. I am informed that my private security analyzed the written bomb threat and found a number of similarities between the threat and prior letters.”

She closed: "I have suffered and continue to suffer, severe emotional distress. I fear for my own safety. I also fear for the safety of those close to me, my family, and others at my workplace…I am concerned with a restraining order in place, he will continue to escalate his threats and will attempt to physically harm or even kill me.”


The LA judge agreed to issue a temporary restraining order, ordering the man to not contact the famous couple in any way, or harass them.

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The alleged offender was also commanded to not come within 100 yards of Kim or her home.

A hearing for a longer-term restraining order has been set for June 13, 2022.

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