Kris Humphries is not after any of Kim Kardashian's fortune in their divorce settlement, contrary to popular rumors.
Instead, the NBA player, who was married to Kardashian for 72 days, wants his reality star ex to simply admit to being a "fraud," RadarOnline reported.
Although Humphries signed a pre-nuptial agreement with his celebrity ex, he has reportedly been offered a financial settlement by Kardashian to get their divorce completed as quickly as possible. But Kris, 27, is avidly denying any funds from his soon-to-be ex wife, and demands the divorce be granted on the grounds of fraud.
"There have been informal settlement talks going on between Kim and Kris's respective lawyers," a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Team Humphries has made it crystal clear though that Kris isn't seeking any money from Kim. Kris doesn't want one penny from her."
So what does Kris want?
"His lawyers have said the only terms acceptable for a settlement would be if Kim agrees to Kris' contention that the marriage was a fraud," the insider added.
"There is a stand-off at this point because Kim will never agree to that, she says the marriage wasn't a fraud. It just didn't work out."
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Kris's lawyers want to study footage from the reality show "Kourtney and Kim Take New York," which Humphries appeared on after he wed Kim. The footage in question is as a dramatic discussion about married life that Kim has with her mother, Kris Jenner, that allegedly took place on a soundstage in December, two months later than the show claimed the conversation was had, proving his fraud claim.
Kim, 31, and her mother Kris were spotted leaving a Hollywood television studio Dec. 6, with the reality star wearing the same outfit and hairstyle she does in the scene, Daily Mail reported.
To make matters worse, Kim's mother was photographed following her daughter out of the studio with an assistant holding the same purple dress she wears in the scene, which was shot in the back of a limo.
"Kris feels that if this is true and the whole conversation was faked, this would help prove that he got married under fraudulent circumstances," the source told the celebrity gossip site. "Yes, this did occur after the marriage, but this is one clear example that could help sway the judge to grant the divorce on the grounds of fraud."