Keeping in touch with Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner could end up paying more than $ 3 million in damages as her ex-security continues her multi-million dollar lawsuit against the manager.
Marc McWilliams, who worked as a bodyguard for the Kardashians, is continuing his case against Kris, 65, after he first started his trial in late 2020.
Mr McWilliams claims the reality TV star showed a “pattern of unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances and other harassing misconduct” in legal documents obtained by The Sun in October 2020.
The bodyguard, who ensured the safety of the famous family in 2017, also claimed he had been the victim of “sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, racial discrimination and discrimination based on sex.”
In new legal documents obtained by The explosionMr. McWilliams, who was a close friend of the disgraceful singer R. Kelly, presented the seven-figure financial figure he said he should be paid in damages.
In the new case, the alleged victim said: “By this action the plaintiff seeks to recover his damages, resulting from unwanted sexual and gender-based harassment. The complainant complained several times to supervisors and human resources, but no action was taken by an employer.
“The defendants clearly retaliated against the plaintiff for filing complaints about said misconduct and dismissed him around September 2019. The plaintiff’s damages exceed three million dollars,” he continues.
The ex-bodyguard went into great detail about the alleged actions in the trial, claiming he was the victim of “unwanted touches” which included “massaging his neck, shoulders, arms and back without consent, resting her hand (her) thigh and groin, causing her pelvis to rub against (her) back and / or hindquarters without consent or approval, causing her hands to come into contact with (her) hindquarters train without consent or approval.
Business mogul Kris has furiously denied claims made by his ex-bodyguard in 2020.
“Kris Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian vehemently deny the completely bogus claims of former security guard Marc McWilliams,” a family lawyer told Mail Online.
He continued, “His absurd claims are clearly fabricated and are contrary to easily confirmed facts.
“Kris never acted inappropriately towards him.
“The security company stopped assigning McWilliams to work there after the guard was repeatedly caught sleeping in his car at work.
“Significantly, McWilliams never filed a complaint with his employer about Kris until he came up with this ridiculous claim a year later. “
Mr. McWilliams worked in the music industry before serving as a bodyguard to the rich and famous.
The 44-year-old was a founding member of the music group MGM (Musically Gifted Men), alongside now-incarcerated star R. Kelly.
The duo and others began their musical journey in 1989 and released a single, Why You Wanna Play Me? in 1990.