Kim Kardashian has denied Kanye West's claim that she is stopping him from seeing their kids.
The former couple share children North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two, together but Kanye has alleged that when he tried to get into Kim's house recently to see the children, security stopped him from entering.
However, Kim's lawyer Laura Wasser told the New York Post's Page Six: "Mr. West being kept from the children, by security or anyone else, is news to us. Both parties' priority has always been the children maintaining strong bonds with each of their parents throughout this transition and beyond."
And, a source added to TMZ that all Kim "has asked Kanye to do is call ahead of time when he wants to come to her house to see the children because she simply wants some structure in order to protect her right to privacy in her home".
This comes after Kanye, 44, told the 'Hollywood Unlocked' podcast: "Earlier this week, Monday, when I went to go pick my kids up from school, the security stopped me at the gate. So at that point, security was in between me and my children and that's what was not going to happen.
"But I didn't want to argue about it. So I just chilled, took my kids to school, and then took my kids back. I am driving. I bring them back and North was like, 'I want you to come upstairs and see something.' And it's like, 'Oh, Daddy can't come see something. Daddy can't come inside.' But that hadn't been defined.
"My daughter wanted me to go inside. I was like, I am the richest black man and North's father, right, and the security was able to stop me from going into the room with my daughter and that had not been defined.
And Kanye said 41-year-old Kim's new boyfriend Pete Davidson was inside the house, while he had to remain outside.
Kanye - who recently bought a property near to his estranged wife and his kids - said: "I am hearing that the new boyfriend is actually in the house that I can't even go to. And that's where I call my cousins. And my cousin is real opinionated, you know that. And I said, 'I need you to go and say these two things.' Security ain't going to be in between me and my children, and my children ain't going to be on TikTok without my permission."