Kris Humphries to divorce Kim only after she admits 'wedding was for publicity'

   Apr 2, 1:51 pm

New York, Apr 2 (ANI): Kim Kardashian's estranged husband Kris Humphries is refusing to sign the divorce papers unless she issues him a "public apology" and admits that "the entire wedding was staged by her and her family."

According to sources, the NBA star is holding back on a divorce settlement with the 31-year-old and had even turned down a 7 million dollars offer from her to "shut up and go away."

"Kim's camp is depicting him as money-hungry, but in fact he turned down a $7 million settlement. Her camp is putting out stories about 'Kim's divorce hell' hoping he'll cave in, but he won't," the New York Post quoted a friend of Humphries as saying.

"Kris wants Kim to admit to fraud, to admit the whole thing was staged for publicity, to make a public apology to him because he really wanted a marriage," the source said.

The New Jersey Nets star and his camp are furious at what they claim is a campaign by Team Kim to attack him in the press.

"They are trying to spin Kim as the victim, but Kris isn't going to stand for it," one friend said.

The divorce has been stalled because the 27-year-old took unusual step of filing for an annulment based on fraud.

The source added that the basketball player is particularly keen to disprove that the reality TV star and her mother Kris Jenner's claims that they didn't profit off the wedding.

But a source close to Kim insists that she had never offered him 7 million dollars and is not attacking him in the press, because "she just wants to move on." (ANI)

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