According to newstalk on WPRO 99.7 FM, the Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries divorce has become a bitter fight. They've learned through TMZ that Kris' lawyer supposedly intends to put reality TV on trial ... but that could blow up in his face.
Unknown sources tell TMZ that ... Kris and his lawyer, Lee Hutton, want to "expose the M.O. of reality TV" by proving Kim had no intention of staying married to him, but just wanted big ratings for her reality show.
Now here's the irony. The duo wants to prove their point by asking the judge to allow TMZ and TV stations to broadcast the trial -- something that the judge might find a tad hypocritical. TMZ broke the story ... Kim filed for divorce on grounds of "irreconcilable differences." Kris has countered that he wants the marriage annulled based on fraud. Kris has a couple of problems with the fraud claim. First of all, he's the one who proposed. Second, the publicity has made him famous and marketable and he'll make millions more than he would have otherwise. And another big point in Kim's favor ... We've learned the prenup is extremely long and complicated ... accounting for what would happen years into the future. Why would she go through the time and trouble of having a long prenup if she planned on pulling the plug on the marriage within a few months?
Amazing how celebrities seem to add glitz and glamour and to something as difficult and heartwrenching for most people without all the publicity but more heartache than anything.
See the WPRO 630/WPRO 99.7 posting at this controversial divorce link.
Also see the original TMZ Posting for the Kris Humpries Divorce here.
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