The 'Kardashians' star was accused in September 2020 of groping Marc McWilliams and also making racist and homophobic comments during his tenure from 2017 to 2019. After being unable to settle the case through private arbitration, Judge Armen Tamzarian of the Los Angeles Superior Court has now granted an extension.
Jenner and McWilliams now have until February 14, 2024 to work out the details, and the judge warned both parties he expects 'arbitration to be completed by then.' At a status hearing on Friday (January 6) — when neither Kris nor her former associate was present — the frustrated judge asked attorneys for both sides, “This is taking a very long time. What's going on?' According to 'DailyMail.com', McWilliams' attorney Sean Novak said a private judge had been selected to oversee the case at a trial scheduled for December this year, but the showbiz matriarch's legal representative, Michelle Doolin, denied that anything was planned, leading the judge to set the new hearing date.
Marc previously claimed he was wrongfully fired and accused Momager, 65, of making comments of a 'sexual nature' to him, referring to his physicality and asking about his 'sexual activities' and allowing 'intimate physical contact'. search. The original filing read: 'Between May 2017 and September 12, 2018, defendant Jenner repeatedly and frequently began to bring her body into close physical contact with [McWilliams]'s body and repeatedly made overt comments of a sexual nature about [McWilliams]. close.'
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