Kris Jenner is denying a former security member's claims that she made unwanted sexual advances toward him.
On Sept. 30, TMZ reported that a man named Marc McWilliams filed a lawsuit against Kris Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian, claiming he was subject to "a pattern of unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances and other harassing misconduct" from Kris during the brief time he worked for the famous family.
The Kardashian-Jenner momager, he claims, made unprofessional comments of "an overt sexual nature."
The man, who he was hired in 2017 to provide security, further alleged that Kris touched him in a sexual way, exposed part of her body to him and made "lewd suggestive, sexual, sexist, racist, homophobic and otherwise discriminatory comments at him and his co-workers."
Marc didn't indicate how long the alleged behavior occurred, but said he complained to the human resources department of his security company about "non-consensual physical contact."
Kourtney, he claims, retaliated against him, hence her inclusion in the lawsuit.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" star's lawyer called the claims "fabricated and false fiction."
"Kris categorically denies ever behaving inappropriately toward Marc McWilliams. The security guard worked outside the house and he never even went into Kris' house," attorney Marty Singer said. "Kris had very little interaction with him. After the guard was repeatedly caught sleeping in his car while on the job, the security company was asked not to assign him to work there in the future."
He continued, "The guard never made any complaints to his employer about Kris until contriving this ludicrous claim. Although Kourtney is named in the suit, she is not accused of doing anything improper with the guard, nor did she do so… It is outrageous that anyone can sue anyone in America and believe there is no recourse when pursuing fictional and meritless claims. When Kris and Kourtney defeat this ridiculous, frivolous lawsuit they intend to immediately sue McWilliams and his attorneys for malicious prosecution."