Interestingly, Kim isn't wearing her wedding ring in them, so it's not clear when they were taken!
She lucked out though because
It’s over! It’s finally over!
Sure, Bristol Palin’s reality TV show, Life's a Tripp, has been over for months now, but the dramz surrounding it has been keeping it all fresh in our memories.
But now, we can finally start to forget that
Bristol’s former Dancing with the Stars castmate, Kyle Massey, and his brother were suing producers of her show for $500,000 as they claimed the idea was stolen from them.
And oh what a valuable idea it was!
Nonetheless, the brothers claimed they had the idea of a show focusing on Bristol raising her son in El Lay, but the producers took that idea, ran to Lifetime to sell it, and cut the two out of any financial gain.
Now, a rep for the Masseys has commented that all is settled with this brutal reality TV battle.
It’s unknown what the financial settlement included, but Kyle and his brother are apparently pleased.
They get money, we get more Dance Moms on Lifetime.
We're pleased, too.
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And she said YES…
To filing a temporary restraining order! HA!
39-year-old Texan Michael Cummings also sent Bristol a note reading "I (heart) you" AND was seen hanging around her mother Sarah Palin's home during Tripp's fourth birthday on December 27th.
AND Cummings' MOTHER even called the police warning them
Winning Dancing With the Stars just isn't her thing.
But she can win a lawsuit!
Guess the judge decided the defamation lawsuit filed by Stephen Hanks was just too he-said/she-said to warrant more time in a court, so he threw it out!
We've talked about this one before — starting way back to when Bristol Palin found herself in a verbal sparring match with him at Sunset Blvd's Saddle Ranch.
Well, that video footage found it's way on