Kris Humphries is determined to prove in court that his fairytale wedding to reality diva Kim Kardashian was a sham. A producer of their reality show admitted in court that some of the scenes were fakes in order to make Kris Humphries look bad.
A producer on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, Russell Jay’s deposition is 165 pages long. He testified that at least two scenes were “scripted, reshot or edited” to make Kris look bad.
The scenes that were altered were done after Kim Kardashian made the decision that she wanted a divorce. According to Jay’s deposition, she wanted to make herself come across as the victim.
“Life & Style” magazine is reporting that in the court documents, Jays stated that Kris’ so called surprise proposal wasn’t a surprise. Kim knew about the proposal and even made the producers reshoot the scene.
Seems that in the first take of the proposal scene “she didn’t like how her face looked.” The magazine also reported that Russell Jay admitted that the scene in the back of the limo where Kim admits to her “momager” Kris Jenner that they were problems in the marriage wasn’t filmed until after she filed for divorce in 2011.
The scene where Kim Kardashian was angry that Kris had a party in their hotel room was also staged. Jay admitted that Kim was actually in the hotel room and knew exactly what was going on.
A friend of Humphries stated, “They set Kris up to look like a jerk. Anyone who loves someone would not team up with their production team to make them look like a fool on TV.”
“Kris feels vindicated. It’s obvious they were trying to tarnish his reputation. This will prove how fake Kim and the show are.”
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