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Everyone's favorite reality TV starlet wants people to know that her 72-day marriage was based on love, not financial motivation. Kim Kardashian has sued Jonathan Jaxson, her ex-publicist who claims that her marriage to Kris Humphries was a "sham."
Kim has hired attorney Marty Singer to go after the publicist.
Jaxson knows Kim well -- he worked with Kim from 2007 to 2009. During that time he says he helped Kim stage multiple publicity stunts.
Kim is suing Jaxson for defamation of character, and is asking for about $200,000 worth of damages to her reputation. She also says he broke a confidentiality agreement, which Jaxson denies.
In order for her defamation suit to succeed, the statements that Jaxson made can't be true. Truth is typically a defense to a defamation suit.
So, was Jaxson's statement true? You be the judge, his story is broken down below:
Just because Kim Kardashian has sued doesn't mean a court will buy what she's selling. Did Jonathan Jaxson's comments really cause damage to the reality TV star? Especially when speculations that her wedding to Kris Humphries was staged already abounded before he made his statements?