A man has been cleared of stalking model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner - but convicted of trespassing at her secluded Hollywood home.
During the hearing Jenner, the sister of Kim Kardashian West, spoke of finding McKenzie lurking in her driveway and banging on her car window.
"I've never been so scared in my life," the 20-year-old said.
Jenner said McKenzie's refusal to leave her Hollywood Hills property led her to make panicked calls to friends for help.
"I definitely don't feel safe in my own house anymore," she told the court.
Deputy City Attorney Alex Perez said McKenzie, 25, had tracked Jenner for 15 months before his arrest.
He was detained after three of Jenner's friends pounced on him in the grounds of her hilltop property.
McKenzie's attorney Taylor Shramo had urged jurors to reject all the charges, saying his client only wanted to talk to Jenner and posed no danger to her.
He accused Mr Perez of stressing Jenner's celebrity status to try to gain a conviction.
"He wants you to be star-struck," Mr Shramo said.
A forensic psychiatrist hired to evaluate McKenzie testified that he was delusional and his efforts to locate Jenner were part of his mental illness.
His mother, June Osavio, told jurors she repeatedly tried to get help for her son but he refused to take his medication.
He disappeared in March 2015 after they moved to Georgia, she said.
Jenner's older sister Kim made headlines recently after thieves in Paris stole millions of pounds worth of jewellery from her.
She was so traumatised by the robbery - during which a gun was held to her head - that production of the family's TV show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, was suspended.