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Thousands of viewers tuned in to watch sisterly antics and the rapid disintegration of Kim Kardashian's marriage on the reality show Kourtney and Kim Take New York. Now, reports are surfacing that Kris Humphries wants an annulment - not a divorce - from Kim and their 72-day marriage.
Humphries is said to be going forward with filing the necessary legal papers within a few days.
Kardashian fans might be wondering why Humphries wants an annulment rather than divorce. The short answer? That annulments mean the marriage was never valid to begin with. Getting an annulment will make the marriage nonexistent, as if it'd never happened.
Maybe that's what Humphries wishes after watching in "utter horror" at the way he way he was portrayed on the recent episode of Kourtney and Kim.
Humphries may face a rough legal road. Annulments are rare, and can only be given in certain cases. Usually, one of these conditions must exist:
There are several other conditions that could trigger an annulment. And for now, it's unclear what Kris Humphries' annulment filing will read. Since earlier reports touted that Kim Kardashian's marriage was nothing more than a publicity stunt, perhaps Humphries will be claiming fraud.