A security guard filed a lawsuit against Chris Jenner and Courtney Kardashian, claiming that he was sexually harassed with sexual comments and overtures … but Chris and Courtney call him a “fabricated and fake fabrication”
; by a disgruntled former employee.
Mark McWilliams claims he was hired in 2017 as a security guard to monitor Chris and the family. He claims that in May 2017 he was the subject of a “model of unwanted and unwanted sexual advances and other harassing disorders” by Chris. Among his allegations … comments of an “obvious sexual nature”, comments about his appearance, comments about his sexual activities and comments that he was involved in a sexual relationship, among other things.
McWilliams claims, among other things, that Chris massaged her neck, shoulders, arms and back without his consent, caused her hand to rest on her thigh and groin, caused her pelvis to rub against her back and / or buttocks, and claims that she had exposed parts of her body to him. He also claims that she made “indecent suggestive, sexual, sexist, racist, homophobic and other discriminatory comments against him and his colleagues.”
He claims that at the time Jenner was involved in a pattern of behavior “involving physical contact without consent” with him. He says he complained to the human resources department. of his security company, but the complaints were ignored.
Chris’s lawyer, Marty Singer, says TMZ, “Chris categorically denies that he behaved inappropriately towards Mark McWilliams. The security guard worked outside the house and never even entered Chris’ house.”
Singer continues … “Chris had very little interaction with him. After the guard was repeatedly caught sleeping in his car while he was at work, the security company was asked not to hire him to work there in the future.”
As for why he sues Courtney … he claims she was also responsible for what he claims is revenge.
Singer continues: “The guard never filed a complaint with his employer about Chris until he made up this ridiculous statement.” He added: “Although Courtney is listed in the suit, she is not accused of doing anything inappropriate to the guards, nor did she do it.”
Singer concludes with the words … “It is outrageous that anyone can sue anyone in America and believe that they have no right of recourse when pursuing imaginary and meaningless claims. When Chris and Courtney win this ridiculous, frivolous case, they intend to McWilliams and his lawyers are on trial for malicious prosecution. “
McWilliams is suing for unspecified damages.