• Kanye West's former lawyer is suing
  • West does not want to pay him
  • THIS is the latest scandal

In the latest twist of celebrity legal battles, Kanye West finds himself in hot water as his attorney, Brian Brumfield, seeks to withdraw from representing him. Their working realtionship ended but it sound like certain accounts still need taking care of before the formal end.

Lawyer Left in the Lurch!

According to a bombshell report from ABC 7, Brumfield has hit a wall with West, claiming the superstar rapper has cut off communication and has refused to pay for legal services. This dramatic turn of events adds another layer to West's already controversial year, including assault allegations and a new lawsuit tied to his Yeezy brand.

Brumfield's court documents reveal a shocking breakup between him and West on June 21, leaving the legal professional hanging as the hearing for his motion to withdraw looms on July 29.

The silence and lack of payment have thrown a wrench into the works, complicating an already intricate legal battle against autograph dealer Justin Poplawski, who accuses West of assault and battery.

The root of this legal entanglement stems from an incident in January 2022, where Poplawski alleges West struck him multiple times outside the Soho Warehouse in Los Angeles.

The confrontation reportedly escalated when West, amid his high-profile divorce from Kim Kardashian, reacted aggressively to Poplawski's request for an apology. This incident has led to serious charges against West, including assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Adding to West's legal woes is a fresh lawsuit involving his Yeezy brand.

A former staffer has come forward, alleging that West's new wife, Bianca Censori, inappropriately shared NSFW content, dubbed "Yeezy Porn," with staff, including minors. West's camp, through former chief of staff Milo Yiannopoulos, has vehemently denied these allegations.

Censori adamantly denied the allegations in a statement submitted to 'Page Six' by West’s former chief of staff Milo Yiannopoulos.

"I’ve been authorized by Bianca to stress that any allegation that she showed or caused to be shown any pornographic material to minors is offensive, disgusting, abhorrent and categorically and wholly false," Yiannopoulos said in part in a statement on Monday, calling the allegations "the most tragic and thirsty lie imaginable."

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As the legal drama unfolds, the world watches closely. With West's refusal to communicate with his own attorney and the mounting allegations against him, the question remains: How will Kanye West navigate these tumultuous waters?

Stay tuned as we continue to follow this developing story