Good luck getting a judge to consider a reality show as fact!
It's been revealed before that Kris Humphries would be using Keeping Up With the Kardashians as big evidence in his divorce case with Kim Kardashian.
But secret sources now spill the specifics behind his strategy.
Giving the goods, they divulge:
"Kris' case will be very simple and straightforward. He believes the key to proving that the marriage was fraudulent lies in the production and filming of the Kardashian reality shows. Kris says than just before filming began on the fourth season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York, he started to have boxes of his belongings shipped from Minnesota to Kim's house in Los Angeles, and that she began freaking out about it and questioning if it was a good idea for him to move in. Kris says he was stunned by her reaction, and he subsequently decided to stay in Minnesota longer than he had originally planned because of it."
They continue, explaining some alleged behind-the-scenes workings of Kim, saying:
"Then, he claims, a short time later, Kim began to bombard him with text messages and phone calls ordering him to come back to New York and be with her because filming was about to start. Kris says he couldn’t believe it… here was his new wife losing her mind because he was having stuff sent to her house in California, but then she has no problem pressuring him to return to NYC for the show!"
And at one point ON THE SHOW he points out that Kim even said:
"I can't live with Kris, he is such a slob… I'm not used to someone in my space, let alone messing it all up… I don’t know if I can live with him at home in L.A.."
That was said after a month of marriage. But as we all know… the marriage only lasted 72 days before Kim got the hell outta there!
Sigh. Welp! Kris better get his bank account ready, cuz Kim wants him to pay all of her legal fees for dragging this ordeal on for so long!
And by the looks of his "case," he might have to pay up!!
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