Kanye West hires high-powered lawyer to shut down lawsuit from ex-security guard at rotting $57M Malibu mansion

The Sun (USA)

Tony Saxon is suing Kanye for hazardous working conditions, unlawful wage withholding, and wrongful termination

KANYE West has lawyered up and denied claims from his ex-security guard that he was forced to sleep in freezing conditions outdoors during a 24/7 job watching his Malibu home.

Tony Saxon filed the explosive lawsuit against the artist known as Ye back in September in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

In an exclusive interview with The U.S. Sun, Saxon said he was left alone in the open-air structure that Kanye wanted to turn into an off-the-grid bunker.

Saxon claims he was the only one with keys after Kanye fired his other security staff, and that he was “exhausted” from doing numerous jobs and had to sleep on the floor on a makeshift bed.

He further alleged that he injured his back and the star wouldn’t let him take time off to recover.

“I was injured on site. I’m still injured. I’m still hurt. I’m never going back to that particular line of work, in any capacity, ever again, because I can’t physically,” he claimed.