Kim Kardashian is firing back at someone who has the nerve to claim her life is a hoax.
Jonathan Jaxson, some random guy in the PR game - who, it should be noted, is releasing a book - has been making the media rounds this week and saying he has inside knowledge of Kardashian's numerous publicity scams.
For example: Jaxson alleges he once helped Kim orchestrate a jewelery store visit when she was dating Reggie Bush, alerting the paparazzi to this staged event and making it look like an engagement was imminent. He also says Kim's wedding to Kris Humphries was nothing but a scam.
But Kardashian has hired attorney Marty Singer to silence Jaxon because she says the pair only worked together once and he's violating a confidentiality agreement by spouting off to the press."Everything that he is saying is false and nonsense... This guy is in it to promote himself for his 15 mins of fame," Singer tells TMZ.
Jaxon, in response, says there was an agreement in place... but neither party actually signed in.
Kim, meanwhile, is seeking $200,000 in damages. Because, clearly, the public questioning her sincerity has seriously damaged her reputation and her bank account.