Kendall Jenner is currently on the stand in her alleged stalker's criminal trial ... and she just told a jury she was too scared to be home alone after Shavaughn McKenzie followed her up her driveway.
Kendall continued testimony Thursday in L.A. County court, and she said she felt petrified in the days after McKenzie was arrested for stalking and trespassing at her Hollywood Hills home.
Kendall told the court she was traumatized from the incident, and even had to stay at Irving Azoff's house up the street for fear of being home alone.
"This is not how I want to be living," Kendall said, who also added that she now has 24 hour camera security around her property. "I really don't feel safe in my own house."
Kendall adds ... she's more tense now than ever.
"I'm already the kind of person who's on edge," Kendall says.
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