It made him millions of dollars, and opened up the door to a number of marketing opportunities, but Kris Humphries has reportedly had it with reality TV. He's preparing to take that industry down!
Having filed for annulment on the basis of fraud, Humphries must now go to court and prove that Kim Kardashian never had any intention of honoring her long-term marriage vows. To do that, a source tells TMZ, his lawyer plans to "expose the M.O. of reality TV" by depicting it as a wholly scripted business.
The ironic catch? This same attorney wants the annulment trial open to cameras.
Is there any chance Kris might win his fraud case? It's unlikely, for a myriad of reasons:
- He proposed to Kim, making it difficult to argue that he was duped into anything.
- The pre-nuptial agreement between the ex-couple is actually quite detailed, with certain clauses related to many years in the future. Why would Kim even put those in place if she planned to divorce Kris in a little over two months?
- KRIS HUMPHRIES MARRIED KIM KARDASHIAN ON AN E! SPECIAL! How can he claim he thought the union was based on love and not ratings?