Kanye West’s ex-bodyguard claims his signature was forged on NDA

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Kanye West’s former bodyguard claims the rapper forged his signature on a nondisclosure agreement after he failed to give him one.

Steve Stanulis says the “All of the Lights” rapper and his now-estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, never asked him to sign the document before they fired him but requested he back-date one after the fact.

“‘What? Why would I do that? Why would I put my head on a guillotine?’” he claimed on “The Domenick Nati Show.” “Why would I back-date an NDA?”

Stanulis claims that someone forged his signature to “cover their ass,” but says text messages from West’s head of security requesting he sign the document and responding that he wouldn’t would prove the alleged forgery.

A rep for West didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

The “Jesus Walks” rapper, 43, first threatened Stanulis with a $30 million lawsuit after the ex-bodyguard slammed him in an interview with a UK newspaper in 2016. West and the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, 40, then threatened Stanulis with a $10 million lawsuit, alleging in a cease-and-desist letter that he made “false and defamatory” statements in an interview on the “Hollywood Raw” podcast. 

Stanulis previously told Page Six that two studios have approached him about making an “explosive” documentary about his time with the rapper-turned-fashion designer.

“They see this as a ’48 Hours’ for real, or a ‘Lethal Weapon’ for real,” he said, referring to the famous buddy movies of the ’80s. “It comes from my mouth, I worked with [West] two separate times.”

Stanulis worked with West in 2016 and witnessed some of the star’s wild incidents, including a behind-the-scenes meltdown on the set of “Saturday Night Live.” He has alleged that West once tipsily wandered into the wrong hotel room of an Italian dignitary at the Waldorf, nearly setting off a brawl.

A rep for West said in 2016 of Stanulis, “This sad, parasitic maniac has violated every basic human tenet of decency with his story of lies.” Stanulis countered at the time, “He’s trying to bully me with this ridiculous lawsuit.”

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