July 10, 2012 04:00 PM by Katya Gordeeva
We are all aware that Kim Kardashian is very into herself. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star loves constantly being in the news whether it’s flattering to her image or not. Now her ex, Kris Humphries, is saying that she actually ordered him to get out of the way when photographers were taking pictures of them. Kim apparently wanted the press to get a look at her stylish outfits. Wow, what a shocker…not! Read on to find out more.
“Kris plans on testifying at the upcoming divorce trial that Kim would often tell him to get out of the shot when photographers would descend upon them,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. “Kim would complain that because of Kris’ height, he was blocking the photographers clear shot of her. Kim would get very upset if he didn’t move quickly enough. The reason for doing this — so that the press could get an unobstructed view of Kim’s outfit. Kim would pore over what the press was writing about her, and she would become upset if her picture didn’t look good.”
Kris Humphries isn’t afraid of making Kim Kardashian look like a self-absorbed brat during the divorce proceedings, is he? Although it was not very nice of Kim to tell Kris Humphries to move out of the way all the time, she is only 5’2″. We can only imagine how much he blocked her in photos considering he’s 6’9″.
Do you think Kim was selfish and self-absorbed for always telling Kris to move out of the way? Or do you think it’s just her job to be in the spotlight all the time? Share your thoughts with us!
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