Kim Kardashian Goes Nearly Nude, Kicks Out Kanye West, Who Worries About Sex Tape Rumors & ‘Maniac’ Bodyguard?

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have become the subject of reports attacking their personalities and behaviors, with the allegations coming from a former bodyguard, Steve Stanulis. Now Kim and Kanye are fighting back by threatening him with a $30 million lawsuit, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Because he signed a non-disclosure agreement that established he would keep everything confidential, with a $10 million penalty fee if he talked about the couple, the $30 million figure comes from the estimate that the bodyguard has conducted three or possibly even more interviews about West and Kardashian.

Kanye West gives Kim Kardashian some styling assistance.

“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,” a rep for the family declared. “As such, the Wests will explore all legal means at their disposal to silence this nonsense.”

After working for Kanye during Fashion Week in February and several days prior to the 2016 Met Gala earlier this month, Stanulis claimed he was fired because West believed the bodyguard was flirting with Kim.

A former NYPD cop, the 42-year-old also has a history of moonlighting as a Chippendale dancer. A spokesperson for Kardashian and Kanye expressed their determination to halt the bodyguard from talking about them in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

“This sad, parasitic maniac has violated every basic human tenet of decency with his story of lies.”

But the former bodyguard to West and Kardashian isn’t the only one with negative comments about Kanye. Kim’s mother (and Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan manager) Kris Jenner reportedly received a phone call from Ellen DeGeneres about West. After Kanye ranted uncontrollably on Ellen’s talk show, DeGeneres called Kris to alert her that West is in need of help, a source told In Touch Weekly.

“Ellen called Kris [Jenner] after the show to say Kanye needs help,” the source said.

Kim Kardashian allegedly kicked Kanye West out of their home.

Moreover, when Kim listened to West’s “epic rant” on the Ellen Show, she felt so “mortified” and angry that she “kicked him out” of their mansion, claims In Touch’s insider.

“His stuff is being moved back into his Hollywood Hills house. Kim told him he owed Ellen a huge apology.”

In addition to those claims about Kardashian and Kanye, Hollywood Life’s insider alleges that West is worried about rumors that one or more of his alleged sex tapes that exist may go public.

“Kanye is fascinated by sex tapes, but he’s not worried about any of his tapes leaking. What terrifies him is that one of his exes, or even a hook-up, might have filmed him at some point without his knowledge,” explained the insider.

“When [West] hears that people have tapes of him, that’s the first fear that comes to mind. This is not something he takes lightly, his lawyers are all prepped to take aggressive action. If anything like that ever happens it will be war.”

Amid all those rumors, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan put on their finest to celebrate the birthday of Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend (and father of her three children) Scott Disick. But it was Kim who stole the spotlight, reported the Mirror.

Kourtney, Khloe Kardashian, Kris, Corey, Kylie, and the children joined forces to head to the sushi restaurant Nobu in Malibu, with Kim outdoing them all by wearing nearly nude see-through lace. Also accompanying the family: Birthday boy Scott and the ubiquitous Keeping Up with the Kardashians cameras.

Kim Kardashian West shows off her post-baby body in a sheer gown at the Vogue 100 Festival.

The birthday celebration isn’t the only time recently when Kim has shown her determination to go nearly nude in see-through frocks. Kardashian proclaimed that she is committed to continuing her history of nude selfies at the Webby Awards, then shocked in a sheer gown at the Vogue 100 festival in London, noted the Huffington Post.

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