Caretaker accuses rapper of unpaid wages and retaliatory firing for refusing to strip windows and electricity from home

A lawsuit filed against Kanye West, the rapper who legally changed his name to Ye, alleges that he fired a caretaker for refusing to remove all windows and electricity from his Malibu home, in order to create a “bomb shelter”.

According to the suit filed on Wednesday in Los Angeles county superior court and reviewed by NBC News, Tony Saxon, a former project manager and property caretaker, alleges labor code violations including hazardous working conditions, unpaid wages and wrongful retaliatory termination.

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