Kris Humphries thinks he was duped by Kim Kardashian. Do you think he’s right?
“Kris was not in on the fraud, meaning he did not stage the marriage for Kim’s reality show. We’re told Kris wanted this to be a genuine marriage, but Kim was never really on board,” a source told them.
The story explains how this annulment is Kris’ way of getting money out of Kim. Although the couple had a prenup, Kris claims there were “community and quasi-community assets.” He also wants Kim to pay for his legal fees.
Beverly Hills attorney Mark McBride tells HollywoodLife.com, “As for any financial gain Kris can gain from this, it’s easy. If he can show that the marriage was a con on her part then that can throw doubt in the legitimacy of the pre-nuptial agreement. He then could sue her for damages.”
However, what Kris is proposing could be a lengthy process and McBride believes it might just be a tactic for more cash.
“He might have a strategy though. If he keeps this in the public eye, it doesn’t make her look good,” he explains. “So she could then say, ‘Why don’t I give you more then what was in the pre-nup?’ And then the papers would turn into a regular divorce and it all goes away. He could be jamming her up for a little more cash.”
Kim filed for divorce on 72 days after tying the knot in a $15 million wedding that was broadcast on E!. Despite her and her family’s claims the relationship was real, there are tons of skeptics who believe the entire ordeal was staged for money — and it sounds like Kris is buying it now too.
Do YOU think Kim married Kris for love…or for the money?
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