The NBA star also has a few anecdotes to lend weight to his claim that scenes are staged specifically for the show, rather than it portraying real life, as one might rightfully expect from something termed “reality TV.”
Kris was in Bora Bora with the Kardashian family. He playfully threw Kim in the ocean, and them she emerged from the water, freaking out, with cameras rolling, that she had lost one of her diamond earrings, which are worth $75,000.
The hysterical Kim was later pacified when her sister miraculously recovered the “lost” earring from water which is probably 6-8 feet deep.
Now, leave aside the issue of what sort of a nut goes in the water wearing bling that valuable. Skip right to the fact that the earring was found within minutes, despite the current in the ocean in Bora Bora being very, very strong.
Apprently, when Kris questioned the plausibility of this “Kim just said, ‘I know,’ with a very big smile on her face.”
Kris Humphries may have finally seen through the circus that surrounds the Kardashian family. The experience of his 72-day marriage to Kim has left him bitter.
But he does feel respect for one Kardashian, at least: Khloe. He sees her as a genuine person who is not acting up for the cameras. So, even though the two of them didn’t get along, at all, he respects that Khloe does what she wants.
“If Kim and Kris had stayed together, and he had gotten traded to Dallas, like Lamar did, he knows Kim wouldn’t have moved with him like Khloe is doing,” an source close to Humphries commented.