Kim Kardashian's ongoing legal drama with her former housekeeping staff is getting messy.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum, 41, is currently facing claims against her from seven ex-employees who worked at her Hidden Hills, Calif., estate, including a former housekeeper who is demanding she be sanctioned.
According to a new report from Radar, Andrew Ramirez — who is suing Kardashian on behalf of himself and his son Andrew Jr. — has asked that the court hit the SKIMS founder with $1,857.50 in sanctions for her actions in the legal battle.
The former house staffers sued Kardashian over claims that they were promised full-time positions but were instead paid as independent contractors, which doesn't include benefits.
While the brunette babe insisted the employees were hired by a third party, and she, therefore, "is not responsible for how the vendor manages their business and the agreements they have made directly with their staff," the lawsuit has continued moving forward against the makeup mogul.
Now, Ramirez is demanding Kardashian be sanctioned after serving her with interrogatories that were meant to be answered by her personally but were instead filled out by her estate manager.
Ramirez insisted Kardashian is "required to respond" to the questions with her own knowledge instead of having her estate manager do it for her.
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As the outlet previously reported, Kardashian — who was declared legally single from former husband Kanye West earlier this month — recently filed her own docs accusing Ramirez of failing to answer questions himself.
The TV personality filed three separate motions asking for sanctions totaling over $13k against Ramirez after claiming he refused to answer basic questions as part of the case.
Kardashian is requesting that the responses pertaining to his employment at her estate be submitted and is also demanding Ramirez's communications with other plaintiffs about the lawsuit be turned over.
In addition, the reality star wants him to provide documents to prove he was treated for emotional distress, although a judge has yet to rule on her motion.