Kylie Jenner can feel a little at peace knowing one of her trespassers is being put behind bars.
In June, a man named Marvin Magallanes attempted to crash his car through the security gate of her previous Calabasas home in The Oaks gated community. According to documents obtained by E! News, the man made a plea deal and was sentenced to 10 days in a Los Angeles County Jail on Tuesday.
He plead no contest to vandalism and got credit for for the four days he previously spent behind bars following the incident. He's already started serving the other six.
Once he's released from jail, Magallanes will have to serve 12 months of probation.
Kylie has since moved from the community following one too many run-ins with overzealous admirers.
In May, E! News confirmed the 18-year-old copped herself a $6 million home in Hidden Hills, Calif.—roughly a year after she bought her first home in Calabasas.
Her new digs bring her closer to the family, mainly mom Kris Jenner and sister Kim Kardashian, and give her even more space for her pals and several four-legged children. The roughly 7,000-square foot property, which was built just last year, includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms as well as a long list of lavish amenities.
In August, Kylie expanded her real estate by purchasing the $4.5 million property right next door to the mansion she bought in May. The new home sits on 3.9 acres, is roughly 5,000 square feet and offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
A source told E! News at the time that Kylie will be using the new property as more of a home office, while keeping her current living situation the main home.
Stay tuned for an all new Keeping Up With the Kardashians, returning October 23, only on E!