Kris Jenner is hiring $130-an-hour accountant as she acts like 'house-zilla' in $37M mansion construction project

Kris Jenner is reportedly hiring a $130-an-hour accountant.

Kris and her soon-to-be next-door neighbor, Khloe have been accused of acting like "house-zillas" during the construction of their $37million side-by-side mansions, a source has exclusively told The Sun.


According to Page Six, Kris is recruiting a part-time vice president of finance for Safely, her eco-cleaning brand, which launched in March.

According to her ad on Upwork, she's budgeted $70 up to $130 an hour for the role and will run three- to six months.

The ad explains: “Safely, a new cleaning products brand co-founded by Kris Jenner, is looking for a part-time VP of Finance to help with financial modeling, inventory planning, cash management, new-product development planning, and long term planning.

“This will be a part-time role working directly with the C-suite at the company. The company is based in LA but the role can be remote or in-person.”

Last month, a source told The Sun Khloe, 37, and mom Kris, 65, have been "acting like house-zillas" as they've made "constant changes" to the homes during the building process.

The insider shared the pair are "almost done" building their dream mansions, but the process has not been a simple one.

"Although Khloe and Kris’ homes are almost done, they are both acting like 'house-zillas.'"

"They want temperature-adjusted rooms and a panic room in case of security issues."

A panic room, also known as a safe room, is a fortified space installed in a private residence to provide a hiding place for inhabitants in case of a break-in, home invasion, tornado, terror attack, or other threat.

The source continued: "They will have security teams on the property 24/7 to oversee both houses.

"One would think after dropping that much money on a beautiful house that is meant for a family of ten, Khloe would be satisfied with the results, but she keeps asking for changes."

The mother-daughter duo has been overseeing the construction of their two new mega-mansions right next door to each other in the affluent Hidden Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles.

Kris's home seemed to be nearing completion earlier this week, as new photos revealed that floor-to-ceiling windows and doors had been installed.

Almost all the construction scaffolding and building materials had been removed, and large rows of conifer trees had been planted to provide privacy from the public.

Khloe's new residence features a tunnel-like structure surrounding the property and a concrete space excavated for a pool.

Back in April, it was revealed that the TV personalities would be moving closer to Kim and Kylie by building two homes in Hidden Hills.

Kris's mansion will be the larger of the two, boasting 16,000 square feet while Khloe's hits a whopping 10,000.

Each mansion sits on 1.5 acres of land, according to Variety, with at least eight bedrooms, an eight-car garage, covered patios, a guesthouse, movie theater, gym, lounge, and an office.

In June, the duo claimed they were conned by a builder who ran off with their money and the deeds to their properties.

During an episode of KUWTK, Khloe told her younger sister Kendall: "We don't have houses currently.

"We ran a background check on him. He had a 35-page rap sheet. I told mom I was not comfortable using him. Mom wanted to still use him.

"We ended up firing him because he sucked and he was trying to steal from me and now he took our houses and they’ve been on a standstill."

Later in a confessional, the Good American founder explained further: "A contractor left with our deeds, a lot of our money, and we’re not allowed to go onto our properties.

"So we can’t even have a contractor take over while we’re trying to get our deeds back or close escrow."

The Kardashians have not identified the builder or confirmed any illegal action since.



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