After the proposal video of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West hit the net just days after his surprise proposal on her 33rd birthday, footage surface from inside the AT&T Stadium in San Francisco.
That’s when Kanye got up from bended knee and immediately called his lawyers to sue whoever was responsible for leaking their intimate moment online.
Turns out that the man behind the leaked video was Chad Hurley, one of the co-founders of YouTube. He posted the 2 and a half minute video to his new video sharing website.
Kim and Kanye claim they didn't invite Chad to the engagement and that they've never even met him before.
Legal documents read as follows: "Hurley, eager for opportunities to promote his new but foundering business enterprise (MixBit), finagled entry into an exclusive event to which he had not been invited, and which involved two people (Kardashian and West) whom Hurley had never before met."
Kanye, who likes to maintain complete control of his image, isn’t too fond of someone else making a profit off of him without his permission, and neither is Kim. A camera crew had video rolling during the event and they’ll choose to air some of it on a future “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” episode. Now both are taking Chad to court.
Chad has yet to respond to the allegations and lawsuit documents.