Humphries allegedly dragged the divorce proceedings to make Kim Kardashian suffer for the “fraud” marriage he claims he was in, but looks like Humphries will struggle to come up with solid proof he was in a bogus marriage.
Kris would have to come up with "substantial and probative evidence" to back his claim, legal experts say.
Humphries’ current attorney, Marshall Waller, who reportedly filed papers Thursday to be removed from the case, claimed there has been difficulty in gathering evidence from several entertainment sources and companies Kim Kardashian has worked with.
Kris and Kim’s attorneys showed up at a Los Angeles court Friday, to hash out the differences for their clients, and learned from a judge that the long-awaited divorce will go to trial, May 6th.
By that time, there could be a chance mama-to-be; Kim Kardashian could do some extra celebrating by getting officially divorced.
Both Kris and Kim were married back in August 2011, in an elaborate, star-studded wedding worth millions.
The wedding was so big it even garnered a two-part television special on E! Entertainment, the network Kim Kardashian has her reality shows.
Many media outlets, fans and rumors have been aired that Kim Kardashian married Humphries for extra publicity, and to further hype the Kardashian brand.
The Washington Post also added that the Humphries/Kardashian wedding was a “media blitz.”
We shall see if by May 6th, the couple who were actually married for only “72 Days” will finally get divorced.