AceShowbiz - A man accused of trespassing on Kylie Jenner's Los Angeles property has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
Brandon Sebastian Sevilla Martinez was arrested by police on Tuesday, October 29, after allegedly hopping over the reality TV star's gate at her private Calabasas residence and banging on her front door, demanding to speak to the 22-year-old.
Jenner was not home at the time of the incident, but her security officials reported him to local authorities and he was slapped with a misdemeanour count of trespassing.
He will also face a felony for carrying a glass pipe, a piece of drug paraphernalia, which was reportedly found on his person as he was booked into jail, according to The Blast.
Martinez was arraigned in court on Wednesday, when he entered not guilty pleas to both charges, which could land him behind bars for up to two years, if convicted.
He is due back in court in November.
He has also been ordered to stay 100 yards (91.44 metres) away from Jenner and her home as part of a restraining order granted just a day after the trespassing scare.