No wonder Kris Humphries is convinced his relationship was fake — there are quite a few eery coincidences surrounding his marriage
Although we don’t buy into the Kim Kardashian conspiracy theory 100% (yet), it’s not too hard to understand why her future ex-husband, Kris Humphries, wants an annulment and thinks he’s been used as a prop in a fake relationship. Check out all these reasons we think Kris might be using in a case against the Kardashian dynasty. Do YOU think their marriage was fake?
Kourtney announced her pregnancy when she was only nine weeks along (you’re not supposed to say anything until 12 weeks) because she was “so excited.” Could it have been because she wanted to take the heat off her sister and give people something positive about which to talk?
If Kim was really planning on spending the rest of her life with Kris, it seems she would have put forth more effort with his family. She treated them like trailer trash. Even her mom forgot to arrange for them to have car service the day of the wedding!
Kris’ proposal was one of the more contrived things we’ve ever seen. Clearly the rose petals were set up by ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ producers, not Kris.
Kris was seen moving out of the hotel with his own boxes, sparking rumors he was leaving Kim. Later, it was revealed they were all moving out of the hotel because they finished shooting the show for the season. Doesn’t it seem bizarre they were married for just enough time to finish shooting their TV show?
Kim claimed Kris was always hitting on girls at bars. However, HollywoodLife.com spies saw Kris out in NYC several times and not once was he even checking out other girls — which means it wasn’t a chronic problem.
This could have been coincidental, but for a long time, Kim’s registry online said the wedding date was Oct. 31 — which ended up being the day she filed for divorce.
Kim was getting frustrated with Kris because he “wasn’t working.” However, the NBC was on a lockout. He couldn’t help that.
It seemed like the relationship was being set up to be doomed. Case in point: Mason was right outside Kim and Kris’ door in their NYC apartment, which made it impossible for them to have “alone time.”
Kim and Kris claimed they hadn’t researched where they were going to live after getting married. Isn’t that usually something you talk about before tying the knot?
Even though there wasn’t a major cheating scandal, nor do we know of any abuse or anything else major, Kim refused to try counseling before seeking a divorce. Usually after someone makes a life vow, they at least try to make it work before breaking it.
Kris Jenner’s media book tour conveniently fell on the week Kim filed for divorce. She then went around bashing Kris Humphries on TV. Wouldn’t most mothers tell their daughters to work through their issues, rather than encouraging a divorce after two months?