It was lovely. It was romantic. And it was illegal.
Just a day after Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian, the following video hit the Internet, giving fans their first look at the rapper down on one knee inside AT&T Park in San Francisco.
But there was just one problem: Kim and Kanye did not want any footage to go out until their official engagement video - and now they are suing the man this unwanted leak.
An attorney for Kimye filed legal paperwork on Thursday that states Chad Hurley - who founded YouTube and sold it to Google for $1.5 billion - manipulated his way into the stadium on October 21.