Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have acquired an apology from TikTok star Cole Carrigan after he was despatched a cease-and-desist letter from their former bodyguard over meet-up allegations.
The make-up influencer hit headlines final week when he posted movies during which he claimed he was summoned to fulfill the rapper through a “former bodyguard” at a W Lodge in Los Angeles in November. He by no means talked about Steve Stanulis instantly however shared alleged direct messages which featured his picture and title.
“Not confirming or denying these texts between me and his safety guard,” Carrigan captioned the unique video.
Carrigan was later despatched a cease-and-desist letter from Stanulis’ lawyer, and filmed a brand new video in entrance of the letter during which he mentioned: “To be able to for me to remain out of court docket and never get sued, I’ve to challenge an apology to Mr. West and Kim Kardashian West. So hello, Kim, should you’re watching this, I’m so sorry, I actually did this for the straightforward incontrovertible fact that your husband voted for Trump, and we merely cannot have that clownery in America, so that you’re welcome.”
Carrigan jokingly concluded: “Second of all, I hope this does not destroy the probabilities of me getting on the KKW (Magnificence) PR listing, as a result of I have been dying for these contour sticks.”
The cease-and-desist letter acknowledged that Carrigan ought to apologise to the famous person couple, in addition to Stanulis. Nonetheless, Carrigan did not point out the latter within the video.
In a authorized letter despatched to Carrigan final week, the bodyguard’s lawyer denied the claims.
“As you realize, these pictures usually are not genuine, and the statements you made are utterly and fully false. In truth, our consumer hereby denies ever assembly you, talking with you or, extra broadly, even realizing of your identification previous to January 7, 2021,” it reads. “As such, our consumer denies, within the strongest phrases, all of those false and defamatory statements involving his title and likeness.”