The Kardashians hit with sexual harassment claims as Kris Jenner furiously denies allegations
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Their TV show may be coming to an end but their troubles and scandals are continuing.
The stars of Keeping up with the Kardashians have been hit with allegations of sexual harassment.
Kris Jenner’s lawyer has denied the claims which have been brought against her and daughter Kourtney Kardashian.
Their former security guard, Marc McWilliams, has filed a lawsuit against Kris, 64, and Kourtney, 41, over claims that he was victim of "a pattern of unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances and other harassing misconduct".
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Marc adds that these comments and advances occurred in May 2017 after he was hired by the most famous reality TV family.
Amongst the accusations and claims from Marc are that Kris made "lewd suggestive, sexual, sexist, racist, homophobic and otherwise discriminatory comments at him and his co-workers".
He also alleges that her behaviour began "involving non-consensual physical contact", with his complaints to his HR at his security company being ignored.
However, Kris' lawyer Marty Singer has strongly denied the claims in the lawsuit against her and daughter Kourtney, calling them a "fabricated and false fiction".
According to TMZ, Singer said in a statement: "Kris categorically denies ever behaving inappropriately toward Marc McWilliams.
"The security guard worked outside the house and he never even went into Kris' house. Kris had very little interaction with him."
Kris' lawyer also addressed the inclusion of eldest daughter Kourtney Kardashian in the lawsuit.
"The guard never made any complaints to his employer about Kris until contriving this ludicrous claim," adds Singer.
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"Although Kourtney is named in the suit, she is not accused of doing anything improper with the guard, nor did she do so."
Singer then adds: "It is outrageous that anyone can sue anyone in America and believe there is no recourse when pursuing fictional and meritless claims."
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