“I hope people understand that this was not an easy decision,” said the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians in a statement. “I wanted this marriage lasts forever, but sometimes things do not work as expected.”
The documents presented to the Superior Court of Los Angeles provided few details about the situation, except that the couple had signed a contract that will dictate how their property will be divided.
The reality TV star 31-year demand that everyone pays its own attorney fees and a judge void the basketball player of 26 years to maintenance.
The couple were married Aug. 20 at a luxurious ceremony on private property near Santa Barbara, California.
This was a first marriage for Kris Humphries, who played for the Toronto Raptors, the Dallas Mavericks and New Jersey Nets and a second to Kim Kardashian, who was married to producer Damon Thomas 2000 to 2004.
Kim and Kris had started dating in late 2010 and had announced their engagement in May. The young man had the great demand by writing the phrase “Will you marry me” in rose petals on the ground and offering her a beautiful ring 20.5 carats.
The wedding had been a two-part television special presented on the airwaves of E! Entertainment Television, which broadcasts too many reality shows of the Kardashian clan.
Documents filed with a US court show that Kim signed the papers on Sunday. The young woman says that her future ex-husband and herself are still friends and wish each other the best.