Kim Kardashian is firing back at claims she didn't pay members on her staff or give them proper meal breaks.
According to documents obtained by Radar, the 40-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is scoffing at the idea she didn't follow the law when it came to treatment of her staff.
Kim — who was sued by several employees in May — says she went above and beyond for her staff, claiming she "made available meal periods and rest breaks and, to the extent Plaintiffs did not take a meal period or rest break, Plaintiffs were fully compensated."
In her response to the lawsuit, the SKIMS founder stands strong that her employees were given "at least minimum wage for all hours worked," insisting she "promptly paid Plaintiffs all compensation when due under applicable law."
Kim points out one plaintiff in particular named Andrew Ramirez. The KUWTK star says he did not suffer damages because of her but rather any damages he suffered were the result of his own misconduct.
The Paw Patrol star claims she treated her staff members "fairly and in good faith."
As Radar reported, Kim was sued by members of her cleaning and maintenance crew three months ago.
They alleged they were "not given their required meal and rest breaks, were not provided a means to record all their hours, were not reimbursed for employment expenses."
Staff members claimed they were duped by Kim's team, who allegedly told them they were being hired as full-time employees only to find out they were actually independent contractors.
Kim is asking the court to throw the lawsuit out completely — but that's not all.
The socialite-turned-reality-star-and-business-mogul doesn't want to pay them a dime, including any cost that followers regarding their lawsuit or attorney's fees.
Kim might want to save her coins considering she's currently battling her soon-to-be ex-husband Kanye West in their $2.1 billion divorce.
That's only if she doesn't decide to "withdraw" her divorce petition, as several reports claim following her bizarre bride appearance at Kanye's third Donda listening party.