Earlier this week news leaked that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were suing a former bodyguard for $30 million for speaking negatively about them in the media after signing a non-disclosure agreement [click here if you missed that].
The bodyguard claims he never signed it and demands an apology...
Steve Stanulis tells Page Six
“After I had finished working with them, and my first comments came out in the press, Kanye’s head of security wanted to meet me and asked me to sign a post-dated confidentiality agreement, and I refused. That would be like putting my head on the guillotine and pulling the lever."
“Then somebody seems to have done their best to copy my signature on another confidentiality agreement, which is clearly a fake, and I can prove it. It isn’t my signature, and I have a chain of messages from them asking me to sign an NDA months after this forged one is dated."
“Kanye is demanding an apology from me, but he owes me an apology for terrorizing me.”Reps for Kim and Kanye insist they have a signed non disclosure agreement from the time Stanulis worked for them previously.