Kim Kardashian recently spoke out about her dating life and claims that she will never film her relationships for reality TV again.
"I don't think I would stop [doing the reality show] – I love doing it – but I wouldn't have another relationship shown on the show. That might be too personal, especially when you're just meeting someone," Kardashian told Cosmopolitan magazine U.K.
The reality TV personality has received widespread backlash since ending her 72-marriage to NBA star, Kris Humphries, after filming their lavish nuptials and says that she has no regrets.
"I think you have different soul mates throughout your life, that your soul needs different things at different times. I do believe in love. I will always believe in love, but my idea has changed from what I've always thought," she said.
Kardashian reportedly earned millions after selling the filming rights to her Aug. 20 wedding, which led to speculation that the entire event was staged for financial gain, according to TMZ.
The 31-year-old's reluctance to film her next relationship comes after news that her estranged husband is eager to make their divorce open to the public.
Humphries is contesting Kardashian's divorce filing and recently filed for an annulment based on fraud through his attorneys.
"Kris wants Kim to admit to fraud, to admit the whole thing was staged for publicity, to make a public apology to him because he really wanted a marriage," a source has told the New York Post.
The 27-year-old claims that he was blindsided by Kardashian's alleged plot to stage a wedding for financial gain, and is fighting to have TV cameras inside of a Los Angeles court house to film their bitter divorce battle.
Humphries reportedly wants to expose his estranged wife as a fraud, and Kardashian is said to be doing everything she can to avoid having cameras film their divorce in court.
"Kris thinks it's somewhat ironic that Kim doesn't want cameras in the courtroom for the proceedings. What is Kim so afraid of? For someone that has filmed and documented her life for her reality shows you wouldn't think she is going to fight so hard to not have cameras there," a source told Radar Online.