Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are gearing up for their May 6 divorce trial, and a new report claims the NBA star has new proof to support his belief that the reality star never loved him.
Kardashian insisted that she did once love Humphries, 28, during her deposition, but he reportedly believes otherwise. The Brooklyn Nets star will reportedly show the courts that Kardashian, 31, actually worked with E! producers on one of her reality TV shows to portray him as a bad husband.
"A person who is truly in love would never have staged scenes of KKTNY that deliberately put him in a negative light without her husband's knowledge," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
During one scene, Humphries was seen throwing what was portrayed on camera as being a "wild" party while Kardashian was said to be out of town. A source reveals that the reality TV star was never out of town and simply staying in another hotel room to help carry out the scripted plot.
Kardashian is accused of working alongside the show's producers to exaggerate the party by supplying additional liquor and female guests without Humphries' Knowledge. The reality TV star then appeared to be furious at Humphries after supposedly discovering the party, which she helped create, and this goes to the root of Humphries' argument.
"If she loved Kris, why would she set him up to look like a terrible guy and husband," the source pointed out.
"Kim set him up to look bad in the press," the source went on adding"Kris was unaware of what was going on until after the divorce."
Kardashian suffered another blow to her case in early March when an E! producer admitted that certain scenes had been staged.
Russell Jay, who is a producer on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," was previously called to testify under oath in Kardashian's divorce case. It is was there that he confirmed Humphries' claims that some scenes were "scripted, reshot or edited" in order to portray the basketball star as the show's villain.
Kardashian filed for divorce after just 72-days of marriage in 2011 and Humphries wants an annulment of their marriage based on fraud.