As a dig at Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian appears in a new Kanye West music video just as her current boyfriend is slamming her estranged husband.
Following events today in court, however, the reality star may need to come up with more overt ways to bash the heck out of this professional baller.
Attorneys for both sides of this failed marriage - Laura Wasser for Kim and Marshall Waller for Kris - appeared before Judge Stephen Moloney in L.A. Superior Court.
The goal? To essentially figure out why the heck a 72-day marriage with a prenuptial agreement is taking so long to legally destroy.
The answer, according to Waller, is that he simply needs time to collect the evidence that will supposedly prove Kardashian defrauded his client into marriage. And Kardashian's lawyer isn't really helping him gather what he needs to.
"I don't want to use the word uncooperative, but they are not making the process easier," Waller told the judge, adding that he plans to depose 33 witnesses and has so far been unsuccessful in obtaining Kris Jenner's business records.
He said it could take four more months to collect all the discovery he desires.Wasser, meanwhile, has no clue what to make of all this.
She says Humphries actually sent a process server with a Nordstrom box to Kardashian's home. Inside was a deposition request for West.
"To say I am frustrated is an understatement," said Wasser, who has claimed in the past that Humphries is simply dragging out this battle for PR purposes and plans on making him pay the $250,000-plus in legal fees that Kim has accrues so far.
She had a simple question for the judge today: "To what end does he want this annulment?"
It's unclear, and it may remain that way for a very long time: Judge Moloney set the next court date at November 28 for a status conference..