Kris Jenner’s former bodyguard, Marc McWilliams, is suing the Hold Up With the Kardashians star for alleged sexual misconduct. The 64-year-old former safety officer was employed to work for Kris and daughter Kourtney Kardashian in 2017. In court docket paperwork obtained by Us Weekly, McWilliams claims that he was “topic to a sample of undesirable and unwelcome sexual advances” whereas working for the E! stars.
Hold studying to seek out out extra in regards to the bodyguard and his lawsuit towards the momager.
Kris Jenner denies the harassment allegations made by Marc McWilliams.
McWilliams claimed within the lawsuit (through Us Weekly) that the momager made feedback towards the worker “of an overt sexual nature.” He alleges that the matriarch would make remarks about his bodily look and questioned him about his intercourse life, even suggesting they “have interaction in a romantic and sexual relationship.”
He cited within the lawsuit that Kris would therapeutic massage his neck, shoulders, arms, and his again with out his consent. McWilliams alleges that Kris would additionally expose components of her physique to him.
The previous bodyguard additionally acknowledged that he witnessed Kris making “lewd suggestive, sexual, sexist, racist, homophobic and in any other case discriminatory feedback at him and his co-workers.”
Moreover, McWilliams claimed that he complained to his employer David Defend Safety on the time.
Following McWilliams’ allegations, Kris’ lawyer Marty Singer shut down the claims, telling TMZ in a press release, “Kris categorically denies ever behaving inappropriately towards Marc McWilliams. The safety guard labored outdoors the home and he by no means even went into Kris’ home.”
The assertion continued, “Kris had little or no interplay with him. After the guard was repeatedly caught sleeping in his automobile whereas on the job, the safety firm was requested to not assign him to work there sooner or later.”
Singer additionally instructed TMZ that Kris and Kourtney plan to sue McWilliams for “malicious prosecution.”
“It’s outrageous that anybody can sue anybody in America and consider there is no such thing as a recourse when pursuing fictional and meritless claims. When Kris and Kourtney defeat this ridiculous, frivolous lawsuit they intend to instantly sue McWilliams and his attorneys for malicious prosecution,” he acknowledged.
Although Kourtney was cited as a defendant within the lawsuit, Singer instructed TMZ that she was “not accused of doing something improper with the guard, nor did she accomplish that.” So, why is McWilliams suing the Poosh founder?
The outlet famous that McWilliams claimed Kourtney was liable for what he considers is retaliation.