[Gossip] Kris Humphries Says He's Not To Blame For Extended Kim Kardashian Divorce Proceedings
Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.27.2012
It's not his fault...
Radar Online reports that Kris Humphries is not to blame for the delay in his divorce to Kim Kardashian, even though Kardashian's lawyers say different.
A source said: "Here are the facts...Kris had no intention of going after the men in Kim's life, meaning current boyfriend, Kanye West, but was forced to because her lawyer, Laura Wasser, formally subpoenaed his gal pal, Myla Sinanaj. Kris' legal team had no other choice but to go after her personal life as well, which means more witnesses to depose, and again, more delays. Scheduling depositions for Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner have also been problematic, as both claim very chaotic schedules. Kris has a right to prepare for trial, and the longer the Kardashian clan drag their feet in scheduling depositions, the longer this thing is going to go on. It's worth noting that Kris' deposition was completed almost two months ago."
It was previously reported that Kardashian and Humphries would have had their one year anniversary last week. They split up after only 72 days. Humphries is convinced he was the victim of fraud and plans on "putting reality tv on trial" next year.
The source added: "Kris just wants the truth to come out and is dedicated to seeing this thing through. He is in no rush and Kim's camp's threats of releasing hidden footage that makes him look bad and other absurd claims don't deter him. Kim's deposition should take place in the next several weeks if they can all agree on a time and day. Just getting the lawyers on both sides to agree is becoming increasingly hard. Kris is getting ready for the NBA season and will defer to his lawyers. Kris absolutely expects that Kanye West will also be deposed because he has been in Kim's life for a very long time and Kris' team looks forward to questioning him."
The next hearing isn't scheduled until November. A divorce trial likely won't happen until early 2013.