Kris Jenner’s former security guard has accused the popular television personality of sexual harassment, something she claims never took place.
The former employee made a slew of allegations against Kris Jenner in a new lawsuit. This includes wrongful termination, gender, and racial discrimination, and sexual harassment, also listing her daughter Kourtney Kardashian as a defendant.
The former guard worked for a private security company called David Shield Security has been sued as well. The court documents obtained by PEOPLE suggests that the former bodyguard, who identifies himself as Marc McWilliams, a Black man, has claimed that Jenner “embarked on a pattern of conduct involving non-consensual physical contact with [McWilliams] of an inappropriate and sexual nature.”
Jenner’s attorney, Marty Singer denied these allegations claiming in a statement to PEOPLE, saying: “Kris Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian vehemently deny the completely false claims made by former security guard Marc McWilliams.”
Describing these allegations as absurd, the statement claim there is no dearth of facts that can prove them wrong. Moreover, Kris never acted inappropriately toward him, the statement continues before pointing out that the security company stopped assigning McWilliams to work because he was caught sleeping in his car on the job multiple times.
The statement also points out that McWilliams waited one year to think up this ludicrous claim before making any complaints to his employer about Kris. While Kourtney is mentioned in the suit, there are no allegations of doing anything improper against her.
As soon as Kris and Kourtney defeat this time-wasting lawsuit, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars plan to sue McWilliams and his attorney for vindictive prosecution. McWilliams claims that the alleged behavior started when he began working for Jenner, 64, and her eldest daughter Kourtney, 41, In May 2017.
He claims Jenner made sexual comments about his looks and asked questions about his sexual activities. He alleges that between May 2017 and Sept. 12, 2018, Jenner began causing her body to come into intimate physical contact with his body, while making overt comments of sexual nature to him regularly.
Stay tuned to FlashReporter for latest news and updates about the lawsuit.