Just when you thought Kim and Kanye’s attention-grabbing antics couldn’t get weirder, they come up with yet another publicity stunt to keep their names in the headlines.
The narcissistic couple filed a lawsuit against YouTube founder Chad Hurley for leaking a video of their grandiose marriage proposal in an empty major league baseball park on Oct. 21.
In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, the lovebirds are suing YouTube founder Chad Hurley for releasing highlights from Kanye’s proposal on Oct. 21 in San Francisco’s AT&T Park. (Our picks: The 50-piece orchestra on the field, “PLEEEASE MARRY MEEE!!!” on the Jumbotron, and the 15-carat rock on Kim’s finger.) Not that West and Kardashian didn’t know cameras were recording every second of the evening, or that they didn’t plan to broadcast every second on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”
But, and this is the big but, they didn’t plan on someone else sharing it – or making money off the footage.
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