- Kim Kardashian West's maintenance and cleaning crew have come together to go after her in court for allegedly failing to pay wages
- It has been reported that Kim claims she is not at fault as the workers were outsourced and the company she hired them through is liable for wage payments
- The lawsuit is ongoing and staff members are coming forward with an array of complaints against Kim
Kim Kardashian West has been sued by staff for allegedly not paying wages. It is the maintenance and cleaning crew that has sued the celeb.
After seeing the claims, Kim came forward to make it clear that she is not the one at fault. Kim says she paid the company that manages and sources the workers, and they are the ones at fault.
Kim says it is the companies’ duty to pay the workers, not hers, and that they should be suing the company. Kim refuses to let these people make her out to be the bad person.
7 staffers who say they worked for Kim at her Hidden Hills property claim they are full-time employees, not outsourced workers. These are the employees that are suing as they claim Kim is the one who was meant to pay them.
A representative for Kim told TMZ that the workers have it wrong, they are contracted, not permanent.
“Kim is not responsible for how the vendor manages their business and the agreements they have made directly with their staff."
One worker has also accused Kim of wrongful dismissal after he allegedly got fired for asking what his rights were after he and his 16-year-old son worked well over the time they were meant to.
The lawsuit is ongoing and we are sure more details will be revealed soon.
Just a few days ago, model and Instagram influencer Sydney Chase appeared on a podcast and admitted to hooking up with Tristan Thompson months after he got back together with the Kardashian sister.
This is the latest in a series of cheating scandals which peaked after the couple broke up following the cheating scandal with Jordyn Woods in 2019. Sydney took to TikTok to apologize for disclosing personal information about Tristan.
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