We're not too sure that the Kardashian clan are going to be very impressed...

Blimey. Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard has just gone in on the famous family that he was once employed to protect. And he’s made some pretty shocking allegations.

Speaking exclusively to Now, Mark Behar has spoken out in the wake of Kim’s attack last week.

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The boldest of his claims? Possibly the idea that the 35-year-old and her husband Kanye West have become more like a ‘business arrangement’.

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Mark is adamant that their showbiz ‘fairytale’ won’t last, telling the publication that ‘they’re only together now because they’ve had the kids, but I don’t believe their relationship is all about love any more.’

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He then went on to claim that he had witnessed the married couple ‘yelling like crazy’ at one another, backstage at the VMAs last year.

The security guard alleged: ‘They were fighting about Kanye talking to and flirting with other women.’

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West at the VMAs


We don’t know about you, but we’ve always admired how dedicated ‘Ye seems to be to his wife.

Branding the Kardashian women ‘vultures’ (nice), Mark then continues: ‘That’s the only way I can describe these women.’

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He also seems to be of the belief that all of the men’s troubles – Scott Disick, Lamar Odom, Rob Kardashian – are down to the ladies of the house. Errr.

He tells Now: ‘They take them in, tell them to put their lives in their hands, but once they have no more use for them just throw them out. They eat men alive.’


The former bodyguard – who reportedly changed his name to Bruce Jenner ‘to preserve the “heterosexual roots” of the name’ – also claims that none of their reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is actually real.

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He tells them: ‘Not one bit of their lives is real. It’s just all for filming, to make money and get sponsorship deals.’

Sour grapes, perhaps? Who knows…