Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian is telling "close friends" -- and, conveniently, TMZ -- that she legitimately fell in love with Humphries and did not defraud him into having a faux fairytale wedding-turned-nightmare:
As for Kris filing for an annulment on grounds Kim defrauded him, she says the two of them actually discussed annulling the marriage before she filed for divorce, but they were advised there were no legitimate grounds for an annulment. Under California law, someone can annul a marriage if there's proof of impotency, incest, bigamy, unsound mind, force or fraud.
In fact, Kim is saying she wanted an annulment and filed for divorce only after being told it was her only legal option.
Kamp Kardashian appears to be on full-scale defense amid growing backlash against the reality-famous family. Take for instance, the latest cover of Star, which brandishes the headline "Kim's bombshell: KRIS IS GAY!" Gee, wonder who leaked that "bombshell"? As if Humphries' unflattering, boorish portrayal on E's "Kourtney and Kim Take New York" were not punishment enough.
"He is sensitive to marriage both emotionally and religiously. He entered the marriage in good faith and genuinely loved her and is devastated that it turned out like this," a Humphries source told the New York Daily News.
If that's true, no wonder he wants to erase the evidence.
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