“Kylie Jenner’s Bodyguards got too pushy and shoved fellow VIP Jessica Alba at the packed Opening Ceremony fashion show. Jenner and her boyfriend, Tyga, were there Sunday night, along with guests including Miguel, Tinashe, Laverne Cox, Natasha Lyonne, Spike Jonze, Alexa Chung, Kelly Osbourne and Rose McGowan. But after the inventive show wowed the crowd with models from the New York City Ballet and choreography by Justin Peck, spies said Kylie’s Bodyguards were anything but graceful. After the show as guests were trying to leave the venue, “it was very crowded,” said a source. “Everyone was in the crush and Jessica had stopped briefly to say hi to someone when all of a sudden from behind came Jenner’s Bodyguards. They just shoved Jessica out of the way. She just looked astonished!”
This is what happens when a non-professional, unskilled Bodyguard is assigned to protect their charge. Kylie Jenner’s Bodyguards were unprofessional indeed. Her Bodyguards appeared to performed rather like bullies by pushing a female aside. A Celebrity’s agent or manager should have personally vetted those Bodyguards because they would have most likely learned that their backgrounds were likely to reveal that they worked as bar bouncers rather than trained skilled Bodyguards .
There are clear and precise vetting procedures Worldwide Intelligence Network follows when we assign a Celebrity Bodyguard also known as a Personal Protection Specialist. One of the first questions we ask a candidate is “have you ever been in a physical altercation while on a protection detail.” If the answer is yes, we ask the candidate to explain and if it sounds to us that the altercation could have been avoided if a calm, polite yet assertive communication was initiated by the Bodyguard, the candidate is not hired. A true professional Bodyguard is observant, polite and trained to move within a crowd with grace, perseverance and dignity. Pushing anyone aside is absolutely unacceptable unless someone was charging at the client.