Celebrities have the pleasure of knowing that their accomplishments will be put on display for all the world to see. They are constantly followed by journalists and photographers who want to tell their stories. Unfortunately, many of America’s favorite celebrities get the biggest attention when they show up in court to file or defend against a lawsuit.
After 72 days of marriage and 536 days of separation, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are finally divorced. The two settled their differences prior to a pre-appointed court hearing set with an L.A. County judge for today.
Big-name celebrities attract a lot of attention no matter where they go. Fans snap photos of stars while they’re at work, out to dinner and running their errands. Some celebrities even attract big attention in courtrooms, where they file and respond to top-dollar lawsuits.
It looks like the Kardashian/Humphries divorce battle will wage on for at least a little while longer — Kris Humphries was a no show for the settlement conference he was meant to have with Kim Kardashian earlier today.
It often seems like celebrities enjoy luxuries and privileges that the rest of us just can’t have. However, even America’s favorite celebs can get stuck fighting high-stakes lawsuits. Here’s the roundup of last week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
It looks like Brooklyn Nets star Kris Humphries is cutting ties with a second person — his divorce lawyer in California. Divorce lawyer Marshall Walter filed paperwork on Thursday requesting to be removed from the currently pending case, citing “irreconcilable differences” and an “irremediable breakdown” of the lawyer-client relationship with Humphries.
In yet another twist in the Kim Kardashian/Kris Humphries divorce, Kanye West — Kardashian’s current flame — has been deposed by Humphries’ lawyers. Humphries is reportedly trying to prove that Kardashian and West began their relationship before Humphries and Kardashian officially separated, perhaps in an effort to prove Kardashian violated their prenuptial agreement.
Even though courtrooms were closed on Labor Day, there was no shortage of celebrity legal issues in this week’s news. For many stars, making it big time also means facing big lawsuits and serious criminal accusations. Here’s a look at what happened in the world of celebrity lawsuits this past week.
August’s blue moon didn’t bring out as much crazy in Hollywood as I would have expected, not that it could get much crazier. Here are some stories circling the Tinseltown columns.
Brooklyn Nets star Kris Humphries is perhaps most famous for his million-dollar courtship of, marriage to and subsequent divorce from reality TV star Kim Kardashian. However, the basketball player’s divorce is not the only separation story in his family. Humphries’ parents William and Debra Humphries filed for divorce earlier this month after being married for 30 years, citing an “irretrievable breakdown” of their marriage as grounds for divorce.