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Kim Kardashian 'married for show'
Kim Kardashian will have to wait until next year before her split from Kris Humphries is legally confirmed
TV reality star Kim Kardashian only married her basketball star boyfriend to "benefit her show and make money", a court in the United States has been told.
The accusation came as lawyers for her estranged husband sought detailed records about her reality shows and details of depositions with her mother and current boyfriend, singer Kanye West, to prove her 72-day marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries was a fraud.
The legal bickering means it is unlikely the couple will be granted a divorce, or annulment as Humphries desires, before next year, a judge and lawyers said during a hearing in Los Angeles.
Kardashian's lawyer Laura Wasser accused Humphries' team of overreaching in the case which has already resulted in 250,000 dollars (Â£159,390) in legal fees for the model-actress.
The acrimony over the break-up led lawyers for Humphries to recently try to serve West with a deposition subpoena - disguised in a Nordstrom's box - at Kardashian's home.
Humphries' attorney Marshall Waller said the lack of co-operation from West's lawyers and companies which work on Kardashian's reality show were delaying the case.
Waller wanted to prove Kardashian had "no intention of proceeding with this marriage and that it was basically a contrivance for the benefit of her show and to make money," he said.
The couple were married last summer in a lavish, star-studded, televised ceremony, but Kardashian soon filed for divorce on October 31. Humphries responded a month later asking for an annulment, claiming the couple's nuptials were based on fraud. He did not lay out specific evidence.
Kardashian is the star of the E! Entertainment Television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the network's top-rated show, averaging more than three million viewers in its sixth season. Humphries, an NBA forward, recently signed a two-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets.
Superior Court Judge Stephen Moloney said he thinks the case can be resolved by next May and ordered the lawyers to return for an update on November 28.
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