editor - November 23, 2011
Before we get to todays new story claiming Kris Humphries was mean to Kim Kardashian during their 72 day marriage, let's flash back to this story 4 days ago:
"Kim was stunned by the amount of bad press and the public relations nightmare she has endured since deciding to file for divorce (so she'll) be using (her TV shows on E!) to rehab her image."
The upcoming season will feature Kim Kardashian as the "victim" and Kris Humphries as the "lazy and insensitive" villain.
Ok now try and guess what the new Us magazine cover story is about.
Kim Kardashian has been raked over the coals in the court of public opinion ever since she filed for divorce from Kris Humphries. But the real villain in the 72-day marriage, pals tell the new Us Weekly, was out-of-work NBA star Humphries, 26.
Awesome, isn't it? I espcicially like how they tacked on "out-of-work", as if the NBA lock-out is somehow his fault.
He could be downright cruel to Kardashian. "He belittled her in front of people," one insider tells Us. "He'd call her stupid. It was truly sickening."
The source adds that Humphries resented his wife's fame and fortune. "He tried to control Kim by bringing her down...He would say truly terrible things. One time, he said she had no talent and her fame wouldn't last."
He even took exception to her world-famous posterior, calling her "fat ass," the source says.
And when Kardashian (who rarely drinks and tends to go to bed early) asked her man to skip the nights out in favor of quality time, "He would tell her she was acting like too much of a wife and 'get over it,'" another insider says.
Gosh I wonder who their source was? I know it wasn't Kim because Us said she was in Honduras analyzing a meteorite that fell there, and they don't even have phone lines in the mountains where Kim is but hopefully they will soon now that she's negotiated a peace treaty to end their civil war.
(image source of old bikini pics proving that kris would have been right if he actually did call kim fat = inf, splash, fame)
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