Sources very close to Kris Humphries tell TMZ … Kris is gunning for an annulment based on fraud because he feels “he was just slotted in the plot line of Kim Kardashian‘s latest headline and newest business venture.”
We’re told Kris believes Kim never intended to stay married to him, but needed a groom to fuel ratings for her show. One source says, “Once they were finished taping, she just didn’t need a groom anymore.”
Kris is telling people he feels like a pawn in the game.
And, we’re told, Kris is outraged by people who think he was in on the wedding scam — according to one friend, “He would have never flown in his childhood pastor to marry them and involve his church.”
Finally, Kris feels Kim’s own statement that she posted on her blog is a smoking gun … specifically, “I felt like I was on a fast roller coaster and couldn’t get off when now I know I probably should have. I got caught up in the hoopla and the filming of the TV show.”
Wow. What has the world come to when billionaires are taunting millionaires at sporting events? And we don’t mean when Bill Gates verbally abuses Donald Trump during those exclusive bridge tournaments (more on that ugly incident some other time.)
No, this time we are talking about LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling who reporting is unhappy with the play of point guard Baron Davis. Apparently, Mr. Sterling thinks Mr. Davis is not living up to the standards in his $13 million contract this year . . . and he’s letting everyone know it. Talk about a class act in LA.
Sterling has expressed his displeasure about Davis’ play by taunting him from his courtside seat at Clippers’ home games, several sources told Yahoo! Sports. Among Sterling’s verbal barbs:
– “Why are you in the game?”
– “Why did you take that shot?”
– “You’re out of shape!”
While Sterling has also taunted other Clippers players since the middle of last season, none have received it worse than Davis, the sources said. Davis has missed 14 of the team’s 25 games this season and is averaging 7.4 points while making a team-high $13 million. Including this season, Davis has three years and nearly $42 million left on his contract.