Kim Kardashian Warned Family About Divorce via Email

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Kim Kardashian Warned Family About Divorce via Email
Before Kim Kardashian filed for divorce on Monday, she said she emailed all the extended members of her family so that they could have a “heads up” of the quickie divorce.

Basically, Kim's father's side of the family probably doesn't give a sh-t about paid interviews and first “post divorce” photo rights. To them, Kim Kardashian is that cousin who went nuts and married a giant only to divorce him 72 days later.

Kim emailed this early Monday morning to several people on her father's side of the family:

“I would rather you hear it from me than someone else or the news. I know this seems crazy, I've spent the last few months struggling with my marriage,” writes Kim.

Really? Is that the craziest part? She should have said, I know this seems crazy, but I had the producers of my reality series cast a tall basketball player to be my boyfriend and eventual husband and Kris Humphries was my best option because the hotter younger Italian kid wasn't about it. Then I got married very quickly because of production schedules on my E! reality show. Also, a summer wedding looks better on camera. Then I divorced Kris because my “intuition” told me to. I know that seems crazy, Right?

But that's just what she should have said. Here's more of the actual email to Kim's family.

“Kris is such a great guy but we come from such different worlds and he isn't what I thought when we first met.”

“I'm so embarrassed that I took everyone on this journey with me and had this huge wedding. But I have to be happy, so I have to let this relationship go.”

Because the world is filled with Kardashian rage (for what? Fooling us? Not taking marriage seriously?) Everyone is up in arms that the Kardashian along with the E! network created an elaborate wedding story line for ratings, rather than love.

E! is now doing damage control, “Any insinuation that E! and producers orchestrated Kim's wedding is completely false,” E! said this week. “The Kardashians have authentically lived their lives on camera for a long time and Kim's wedding is one of the many real-life events that the family has shared with viewers, from Mason's birth to coping with their father's death to Khloe and Lamar's wedding.”

Despite those comments, E! is planning on re-airing the wedding special daily.

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