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Kim Kardashian is reportedly nervous about her upcoming divorce trial. The anxiety comes following reports that the reality TV star will be forced to admit that her E! reality TV show staged scenes to portray her estranged husband Kris Humphries as the villain.
In March, Russell Jay, who is a producer on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," confirmed that some scenes were "scripted, reshot or edited" in order to make Humphries, 28, look bad. Kardashian, 31, will also be forced to address the staged scenes during her testimony.
"Kim is freaking out that she is going to be forced to testify that aspects of the Kardashian reality show are fake," a source reportedly told RadarOnline.com.
"Kim has always said how much she loves her fans and viewers. Kris feels that this proves unequivocally he was duped into marrying Kim," the source continued.
In 2011 Kardashian, who is expecting a child with rapper Kanye West, filed for divorce after just 72 days of marriage, but Humphries refuses to sign divorce documents as he is insisting on an annulment of their marriage based on fraud. The NBA star claims Kardashian married him for publicity and financial gain, but the reality star maintains that she married him for love.
"A person who is truly in love would never have staged scenes of 'Kourtney and Kim Take New York' that deliberately put him in a negative light without her husband's knowledge," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
The scenes in question feature Kardashian at one point seeking marital advice from her mother Kris Jenner and during another episode, she is seen lashing out at Humphries over an alleged party he threw in their hotel room. Both scenes portrayed Humphries in a negative light and he is reportedly looking forward to having his say during the divorce trial.
"Kris has been absolutely trashed by the Kardashians in the press. He has taken the high road and never spoken negatively about Kim, or her family, despite the hell they have put him through," the source said.