Kris Humphries Files For Annulment, Kim Kardashian is Fraud | BlackSportsOnline

Kris Humphries Files For Annulment Says Kim Kardashian is a Fraud

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
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You can only file for an annulment under certain circumstances and one of them is if you feel you have been defrauded. The Hump is using that as reason to annual his marriage to Kim Kardashian and try to get some cash.

If he can proved Kimmy defrauded him, his lawsuit might have some merit to it.

TMZ has learned … Kris Humphries just filed for an annulment against Kim Kardashian, on grounds Kim defrauded him into marrying her.

Sources close to Kris tell TMZ … Kris was not in on the alleged 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.

Kim has already filed for divorce — but according to the docs, obtained by TMZ — Kris wants Kim to pay his attorney’s fees.

We broke the story the couple has a prenup, but according to the documents Kris claims there are “community and quasi-community assets.”

The Hump wants those “quasi-community assets”.

The whole thing in reality is good for both of them. The divorce foolishness keeps them both in the public eye which is what they want.

More attention for attention whores, sort of surprised their marriage didn’t work since they seem so much alike.

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