Former Assistant Principal At Donda Academy Sues Kanye West For Exposing Students To ‘Absolutely Egregious’ Conditions At The School


It looks like rapper, Kanye West, is under scrutiny again for his private Christian school, Donda Academy. The former assistant principal of the school is suing Ye for allowing students and staff to attend classes in filthy and unsafe conditions, according to the complaint obtained by Insider

The plaintiff, Isiah Meadows, was an assistant principal at the school from November 2020 to August 2022. He claims during his time working there he experienced,

“faulty electrical wiring in the school that once started a fire near where students eat,”

as well as incomplete construction and windows that didn’t have any glass in them. 

According to the complaint, students were also allegedly exposed to poorly maintained septic tanks, which would overflow

“every other day… causing a terrible smell.”

Since April, West’s private school, which cost a whopping $15,000 a month for students to attend, has been hit with a barrage of disturbing allegations. 

“It is just absolutely egregious what is going on at this school,”

Meadows’ attorney, Ron Zambrano of West Coast Employment Lawyers, said in a statement emailed to Insider. According to the outlet, lawyers for West did not respond to their requests for comment. 

“The unlawful and retaliatory behavior by Mr. West and the school directors have now been documented multiple times by other former employees who never even worked together but all experienced the same horrendous treatment and witnessed the same serious health, safety, and education code violations, while all were subjected to the same fate — wrongful termination — and we plan to hold them accountable,”

Zambrano added. 

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