Los Angeles - FBI agents raided a hotel room in a bid to find a woman who has allegedly been making death threats against Kris Jenner.
According to RadarOnline, a room at the Four Seasons hotel in Los Angeles was searched for more than three hours by the officers on Friday morning and several electrical items including a computer, iPad, mobile phone and an iPod were seized.
Representatives for the FBI and US Attorney's Office confirmed to the website that documents including a search and seizure warrant and paperwork referring to Kris as KJ exist.
However, the alleged victim told the website she is not guilty of sending death threats to the Kardashian matriarch and insists she was "flabbergasted" when the FBI burst into her hotel room.
She told Radar: "After the search I was taken into a room and was asked what I thought this was all about. I said I didn't know. They asked me if I use the internet a lot and I said 'yes'.
"They told me it was about Kris Jenner and her [accounts] being hacked, her e-mail being hacked, her iCloud being broken into and getting crank calls. I was flabbergasted.
"They told me they'd been tracking me and had been building a case. They asked who certain people's cars were and about people they'd seen me with.
"I told them it was someone I let use my computer and laptop a lot over the course of eight months."
The woman also revealed the agents pointed their guns at her before handcuffing her when they went into her room.
She added: "On Friday morning I was asleep in my hotel room when I heard a knock on the door. I asked who it was and they said FBI.
"I opened the door and was told to turn around, and was handcuffed, facing 12 agents with guns pointed at me."