Kanye West, for the past weeks has remained calm in the media regarding accusations from a former bodyguard Steve Stanulis, who was sacked in a controversial circumstance following a breach of orders but the rapper is now initiating a lawsuit worth $30m.
Image: Steve Stanulis.
Though the celebrity couple has publicly denied any credibility in the cooked-up story from an aggrieved jobless man.
Steve Stanulis is claiming that Kim Kardasian’s hubby fired him for daring to talk to the beautiful and curvy TV personality while on duty. The incident occurred on 2 May, ahead of the Met Gala.
Angry Steve thereafter found fame with his predicament by calling Kanye names in the media and describing him as “the most condescending person I have ever met,” adding “He’s 10 times worse than what you see.”
Kanye and Kim have said they will no longer fold arms and watch the angry ex-NYPD officer soil their image in the mud. The rapper is threatening fire and brimstone as he prepares a $30m lawsuit for breach of confidentiality.
A report said, Steve signed a confidentiality agreement promising never to breathe a word about Kim, Kanye or the klan.
Image: Steve Stanulis got too close .
Is it time for the Yeezus rapper to teach his blabbermouth bodyguard a lesson?
Kanye is said to have responded by sending a legal notice to Stanulis alleging that he broke an employee ‘s confidentiality agreement by speaking publicly about the alleged incident.
The lawyer’s letter mentioned a provision in the agreement which says Steve is automatically on the hook for $10 million if he opens his mouth … and they believe he did at least 3 interviews.
An angry representative for Kim’s family said to MailOnline: “The West Family will no longer tolerate the spreading and selling of fake stories in a desperate, transparent and shameless attempt for publicity at their expense.
“This sad, parasitic maniac has violated every basic human tenet of decency with his story of lies. As such, the Wests will explore all legal means at their disposal to silence this nonsense.”
It has been accusations and counter accusations but it seems both parties would have to settle the matter in a law court.
Apparently, Kanye West and Kim Kardasian won’t need a poor man’s money so they’ve given him a second chance to repent of his sins. However, he is required to confess them in order to get full pardon.
As Yeezy’s lawyer added in the legal paper, Steve has been given a chance to avoid the lawsuit for character defamation if he shuts up and tenders an apology to the family, publicly.
The letter didn’t ask Steve to admit he lied but they demand he stop spreading lies. Simple.
On the other hand, the 42-year-old bodyguard claims he didn’t sign any confidentiality agreement with the rapper.
The father-of-three, Steve Stanulis rather chose to make it known that Kanye West and family still owe him an outstanding fee of $900 for his three days work.
What’s your take on this?