Kris Humphries Wants Kim Kardashian to Return Engagement RingPublished by Natasha Fierce on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 8:31 am.
His chances at a championship ring are looking pretty bleak, so Kris Humphries is going for the next best thing. The New Jersey Brooklyn Nets player is demanding his ex-wife Kim Kardashian return the 20-carat ring he “bought” her, saying he “can’t fathom” why Kim would want to keep the rock now that the couple’s 72-day marriage is kaput.
”Remember, Kim filed for divorce. Kris paid for that ring, and he just can’t fathom why Kim would want to keep it. It’s not like she is ever going to wear it again,” a source tells RadarOnline.com. ”Kris realises that with Kim it’s all about material objects and she truly treasures things over people in her life.”
The ring is just the latest piece of booty Kris is trying to get back from Kim. He also wants to know what up with the $325,000 Ferrari gifted to the couple by a Malaysian businessman, and has previously claimed he doesn’t believe Kim donated the rest of their wedding gifts to charity.
‘Kris wants a divorce trial so that the truth can finally come out,” the source added, pointing out that Humphries is motioning to have the trial filmed, reality-style.
As if the disastrous marriage, public divorce and paparazzi-overload of Kim prancing around Manhattan with her new boo Kanye West isn’t making things awkward enough, the ex-drama is now affecting Kris’s professional game. Hollywood Life claims Humphries is not only ruling out re-upping with the Nets, which is co-owned by Kim’s man Kanye’s boy Jay-Z (nevermind that the Nets haven’t offered Kris any kind of contract), he’s planning to stay out of the NBA altogether for fear that he’ll wind up on the same team as Kim’s sister Khloe Kardashian’s husband Lamar Odom, who is also a free agent. Yeesh…wiping my brow just thinking about all that potential drama.
Hollywood Life claims Kris is “solely focused on his divorce” right now, which seems like a really healthy and constructive use of a professional athlete’s time. It’s not like there’s a time limit on your b-ball career, right, Kris?