Kris Jenner’s Alleged Stalker Released From Prison
Kris Jenner’s alleged stalker and hacker has been released from federal prison today.
The Blast reports that court documents show that Christina Bankston was released from custody on March 29 after prosecutors requested that the judge dismiss the indictment and release Bankston as soon as possible. All charges were dismissed without prejudice, which means they can still be refiled.
Bankston was arrested on 15 counts after she was accused of hacking into Jenner’s social media accounts and sending threats to her and the family.
She is reported to have consistently harassed the Kardashians between March and September 2014. She also allegedly hacked into Apple’s servers where she gained access into Kourtney Kardashian’s email account.
It doesn’t end there, the woman has also been accused of hacking into Kris’ Instagram account where she posted racist comments, including negative comments about “blacks.” Prosecutors add that Bankston even called into the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department in 2014, where she claimed there was a suicide at the Jenner household. Police discovered nothing upon arrival.
Kris and other members of the family have not yet commented.