NBA player Kris Humphries will not be suing ex-wife Kim Kardashian for saying showing bad things on TV about him. According to Us Weekly, the negative portrayal of Kris in the new season of E! Entertainment’s “Kourtney & Kim Take New York”, will not be the subject of a lawsuit.
Earlier this week, rumor had it that Kris Humphries had the intention of suing Kim Kardashian for 10 million dollars, because he expected to be portrayed in a negative light in the new season of “Kourtney & Kim Take New York”. But several sources confirmed that Humphries, who is currently out of work, is not planning any lawsuit, as he understands that he has no control over the editing of the video which E! decides to include in the season’s episodes.
Days after their divorce, Kris Jenner, Kim’s mother and agent, unveiled that the reason for which her daughter wanted to end the marriage was because of Kris’ bad behavior towards her. In a sneak peek of what the new episodes of the reality show includes, we can see the NBA player teasing Kim for her famous silhouette. Several sources have confirmed that Kris was belittling his wife, making her feel uncomfortable when they were in public, but when they were alone, also. “He tried to control Kim by bringing her down,” one insider tells Us Weekly. “One time, he said she had no talent and her fame wouldn’t last.”
Kim and Kris got married this summer. Their marriage lasted only 72 days. Despite the accusations brought to the Kardashians, that they spent so much on the wedding just to gain more attention and also to gain financially from the event, Kim (backed by her mother) denies all those claims, saying that she married for love and she thought it was going to be forever.