Kris Humphries: I Would Never Sue Kim Kardashian

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Kris Humphries: I Would Never Sue Kim Kardashian
Probably because he's happy enough just getting out of the Kardashian cult.

Last week, a report surfaced that Kris was planning to file a $10 million lawsuit against Kim over his role in upcoming episodes of Kourtney & Kim Take New York. Apparently, it was expected that Kris' character in the show would be portrayed negatively and he would have a larger role in it than originally planned.

"He’s claiming his role on Kourtney & Kim Take New York is bigger than he was told," Life & Style magazine reported. "And that’s why he wants more money. But Kris is also suing because he’s really worried about how badly he’s going to be portrayed on the series."

Gee, I wonder why. Maybe it has something to do with all of the videos of Kim crying we've seen lately. Or reports that he called her fat and stupid on the show. Or maybe it's that one promo of Kris telling Kim no one is going to care about her in a few years.

A source says that "[Kris] belittled [Kim] in front of people. He'd call her stupid. It was truly sickening."

Anyway, according to Gossip Cop, Kris has no plans to sue Kim or the Kardashian family. Sources say Kris still loves Kim and their relationship is "cordial."

Those sources add that Kris is worried that the show will make him look bad, but he also knows there's nothing he can do about it.

Meanwhile, according to The New York Post, the family has cancelled their plans to do a Kardashian Christmas special on E!. Side note, how much do you guys want to bet they planned a reenactment of the nativity scene using the entire Kardashian family? Would've been cute to see Bruce Jenner as Baby Jesus.

So why'd they cancel it? Apparently, the family has "too many commitments" this year to film the show together. Translate: Kim's X-raying her butt, Khloe is comparing drag queens, and Kourtney is…wait, which one's Kourtney again?

So they're going with the "we're too busy" excuse. Right. Here's what really happened: E! thought for a long time, and then decided they actually do want to have ratings this quarter.
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