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Kris Humphries Advised To Settle With Kim Kardashian In Divorce Case

Submitted by on July 10, 2012 – 4:52 pmNo Comment
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Kris Humphries‘ ongoing divorce battle with Kim Kardashian may come to an end earlier than he originally planned. Kris was dead set on proving that his 72-day marriage to the reality TV starlet was a fraud, and that he should be compensated because he’s an emotionally broken man as a result. Unfortunately for him, a woman he recently dated (Myla Sinanaj) is claiming that she’s pregnant with his child. The news of her relationship with Kris and pregnancy has supposedly prompted his legal team to advise him to settle the divorce case. A source told RadarOnline:

“Kris’ lies have severely damaged his divorce case against Kim Kardashian. If he had just been honest with his lawyer about his relationship with Myla, he wouldn’t be in his position now. Kris is now being advised to settle with Kim and move on. Proving that the marriage was fraudulent, and he got duped into it will be a very, very hard argument to win at trial. Kris is still hell bent on going to trial. He wants to publicly humiliate Kim as much as possible. What Kris doesn’t seem to grasp is that he could end up paying for Kim’s legal fees if the judge rules against him. Kris needs to let go and move on, he says he has done so, but he clearly hasn’t.”

Reportedly, Myla is scheduled to be deposed in Kris and Kim’s divorce case in the next few weeks. Considering he describes her as a “booty call” girl to people in his inner circle, I’m thinking Myla will have A LOT to say at her deposition. I’m no divorce attorney, but something tells me now might be a good time for him to save face and end this thing.

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