Kim Kardashian’s New TV Show Is Her Divorce Trial?
Kim Kardashian‘s divorce trial begins soon and while the reality star has acquired fame (and riches) from being in the public eye, she may not be too happy with the exposure this time ’round.
California has an “open policy on popular court cases,” meaning Kim’s impending divorce is more than likely going to be beamed across TV screens nationwide.
Kim filed for divorce from Kris Humphries on October 31 last year after an infamous 72 days of marriage. Kris then quietly filed to annul the marriage based on “fraud” on December 1. According to Hollywood Life, what this means is the divorce cannot be finalized until a judge has ruled whether or not there is “clear and convincing evidence” there was fraudulent behavior.
A source close to Kris says the New Jersey Nets player is thinking “Kim had no intention to stay married to him and she just got married to make money,” which many observers believe to be true. The only way Kim can keep her divorce from being aired on television is to make a financial settlement with Kris or agree to the annulment based on fraud, however this may wreak havoc on her already shaky public profile.