UCLA Medical Center, the hospital where Kanye West recently received treatment, is reportedly firing employees for breaching his privacy during his stay.

According to TMZ, multiple sources at the hospital claim employees looked at West's confidential patient files on a computer while he was in their care. Officials have conducted an investigation looking into the matter and now several dozen people have been or will be fired. However, other sources have told TMZ that the investigation is still ongoing.

TMZ reached out to the medical center for comment and were told that they do not comment on personnel.

Kanye was released from UCLA Medical Center at the end of November after spending a little over a week under the medical center's care as he reportedly dealt with paranoia and deep depression. He left under the care of both his wife Kim Kardashian and his physician, Dr. Michael Farzam, who called the police on the day he was hospitalized.

The rapper has since made a few public appearances. He was first spotted at a Los Angeles art gallery. A few days later, he was over in New York where press caught him at Trump Tower for a meeting with president-elect Donald Trump. Earlier this week, he and Kim were spotted for the first time publicly together since his release leaving Santa Monica restaurant Giorgio Baldi.

Kanye and Kim leaving Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica last night. pic.twitter.com/40UGDXLVIy

— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) December 19, 2016