NEWARK, Calif. (KGO) -- A Bay Area woman is under arrest, accused of cyberstalking reality TV star Kris Jenner.
Federal authorities arrested 36-year-old Christina Elizabeth Bankston at her Newark home Thursday morning. She's accused of cyberstalking and harassing Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner.
Neighbors say FBI agents were at the Newark home Thursday and arrested the nursing assistant and charging her with cyberstalking a TV reality star.
The feds say "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Kris Jenner and her family were stalked and harassed by Bankston for six-months.
A relative shared this clip of Bankston riding a roller coaster, professing her love for Kris Jenner.
According to the 15 count indictment, Bankston used these alias' to contact the Jenner-Kardashian family. First, to allegedly harrass Kris Jenner about a sex tape which she threatened to go public.
She texted Jenner: "Let's talk. My bad, Let's stalk."
Bankston is accused of hacking into Jenner's iCloud account and accessing her email and phone numbers and impersonating the star through calls and texts, telling some she was sick with cancer. Even calling police to say a family member committed suicide.
Ex-spouse, Caitlyn Jenner was also the target of the cyberstaking. Celebrity blogger, Jacky Jasper says Bankston impersonated him to contact Jenner.
"Everyone thought I was stalking Kris and had issues with the family, so far from true," Jasper said.
Neighbors who didn't know Bankston are surprised..
"I know people get fixated, very strange," said neighbor Jan Mackenzie.
Bankston will appear in federal court on Friday. If convicted, she could serve five years in prison.
Feds arrest Newark woman for allegedly cyberstalking reality TV star Kris Jenner