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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West threatens bodyguard with $10M or more lawsuit

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West threatens bodyguard with $10M or more lawsuit

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West threatens bodyguard with $10M or more lawsuit
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West threatens bodyguard with $10M or more lawsuit
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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still said to be having issues with former bodyguard who has been yet again found blabbering about them in public which he had already done something like this before as well. Thus Kimye are warning him with a high multi-million dollar lawsuit if he opens his mouth again.


Rapper Kanye West, 42 and wife 'SKIMS' owner Kim Kardashian, 39 having quite a beef with Kanye's ex-bodyguard Steve Stanulis who they fired back in 2016 with similar issue that is taking about them to the public and yet with repetition of his similar act the duo have threatened the ex bodyguard with huge lawsuit.

Talking about the current situation Steve who turned into actor and director went on the "Hollywood Raw Podcast" for the promotion of his movie called "5th Borough" starring Tara Reid and made "false and defamatory" statements breaching their confidentiality agreement. Stanulis talking about Kanye claimed "ridiculous rules" he had like walking 10 paces behind him on city streets, and how he got angry if Steve blocked a paparazzi shot. He even called Yeezy founder the "moodiest" and "neediest" celeb ever to hire him.


Listening to the podcast, which later then got viral Kim and Kanye were speechless but never the less didn't specify which of Steve's statements are defamatory, leading them to  threaten to sue him for at least $10 million for breaching their confidentiality deal if he does it again. This isn't the first time they've threatened Stanulis for the same thing and even signed a agreement letter. According to the letter, Kim and Kanye claimed Steve signed the agreement in February 2016 which prohibits him from blabbing any personal or business info about them Kanye and his family.

TMZ reached out to Stanulis for further info and his publicist, Zack Teperman, told them, "no breach of any confidentiality agreement was done. My client went on a podcast to promote his new film, and old stories that were already out there were brought up." He furtger adds, "For Kanye and Kim's counsel to send out a threatening letter to bully my client against his rights is unwarranted. My client has already made it clear that he respects Kanye, their time working together." Zack concludes saying, "If Kanye and Kim wish to continue this further, that is up to them, but I think their time and money would be better suited helping out with more pressing matters in our society than what happened many years ago."

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