Following one of reality TV's most elaborate weddings, is one of its most elaborate divorces.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries will head to court May 6, where the soon-to-be mother of Kanye West's baby will ask that the marriage be dissolved, rather than annulled. The Brooklyn Nets player countered Kardashian's petition for divorce in October 2011 claiming the marriage was a fraud.The "Keeping Up" star plans to fight these claims.
Following an April 8 filing, the official witness list requested by Team Kardashian was released. Kim and her mother, Kris Jenner, top the list to be called to the stand, as well as show producers Bunim Murray and Farnaz Farajam.
Meanwhile, Humphries' attorney told E! Online his defense will include statements by wedding planner Sharon Sachs, Will.i.am, and Kardashian's hair dresser. E-mails between the couple and producers of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," their prenuptial agreement, and evidence of a "'mysterious fund transfer' of $100,000 to KKLOVE, LLC from an off-shore account" will also be brought before the court.
The parties will meet Friday to attempt an agreement prior to the court date.
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