Double Trouble in Paradise for Humphries family

Posted on Aug 20 2012 - 6:29pm by GJ Staff

One year after the famous fairytale wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, Kris’s mother Debra has announced that she is filing for divorce from her husband and father of their three children, William. While it is unknown how long the couple has been married and what brought the sudden difficulties in their marriage, it sure lasted longer than Kim and Kris’s 72 days.
 
William Humphries is a former University of Minnesota football player who turned his athletic career into a successful business profession by owning several Five Guys Burgers and Fries throughout Minnesota. It’s believed that the divorce could get a little messy since no prenuptial agreement was signed while going into the marriage. At the time, William didn’t own any of the Five Guys Burgers and Fries franchises so Debra might be cashing in on some of the businesses as well once the divorce is finalized.

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While Kris’s parents are going through their own drama, Kris has prolonged the divorce process between him and Kim because he believes their whole marriage was for publicity purposes. Even though Kim’s fairytale wedding had a hefty price tag, the family still brought in over $17 million for all the coverage of their extravagant ceremony. He believes all the drama while he was on the show “Keeping up with the Kardashians” was another way for her and the family to cash in especially since she called off their marriage in such a short period of time.

Her reasons being she wanted to focus on her career with her family and leaving them for Minnesota was never going to be an option for her. Even though the two signed a prenuptial agreement, he still has the ability to sue for being involved in a reality television show for reasons that he wasn’t aware of. Kris is hoping that he can set Kim straight with all of her publicity stunts but on top of it all, dealing with his parent’s own divorce is going to make everything a little bit more stressful and challenging.