The staff working inside Kim Kardashian's home is allegedly threatening to sue the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star because they aren't happy with their working conditions.
A source told the outlet, "There's apparently a potential lawsuit in the works against Kim involving multiple employees. They are believed to be domestic workers employed at her home who allegedly may have been misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees."
"If a lawsuit is filed, then one issue would be how much control Kim and her staff had over them," they added.
They are also allegedly claiming they were victims of unreasonable behavior for many years.
The source adds that Kim could face serious "child labor violations" because some of the said disgruntled staff were reportedly teenagers.
“If minors were employed and worked more than the maximum limit set by law, then there may be a case of child labour violations," their insider revealed.
The latest accusations come months after Kim's soon-to-be ex-husband got hit with two class-action lawsuits over claims he mistreated staff and performers of his Sunday Service.
The lawsuits claim Kanye West failed to pay close to 1,000 performers and backstage staff.
According to The Sun, the Jesus Is King rapper's Sunday Service suits propelled Kim's staff to consider their options.
"Since members of his Sunday Service crew sued, other employees have been considering their options," the source said.
That's not the only legal issues surrounding Kim and Kanye.
As Radar exclusively reported, the rapper just dropped a lawsuit against a former intern who allegedly leaked secrets about his shoe brand Yeezy.
Earlier this year, Yeezy accused Ryan Inwards of violating an NDA when he posted confidential photos on his social media. The agreement he signed before starting as an intern warned if anything was leaked, there would be a risk of getting hit with a $500,000 fine.
Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February.
The duo is seeking joint custody of their four children -- North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.