Kris Humprhies' dad is questioning the character of his former daughter-in-law, Kim Kardashian, who filed for divorce from Kris after 72 days of marriage.
"There was never a discussion about it — it just came out of nowhere and blindsided Kris," said William Humphries in an interview with Life & Style magazine. "How could someone do that?"
But Kardashian's reps contend that Humphries was aware that his wife planned to file for divorce. William Humphries says that is not the case. He said Kris didn't know his wife's intentions until he read about the divorce filing on the Internet.
"Kris was completely surprised. The news was already published before he found out," he said.
Sadly, the Humphries aren't aware that Kim Kardashian's impulsive behavior is typical of malignant narcissists. Once a malignant narcissist devalues a man, she tosses him aside like garbage -- usually without warning.
Humphries' friends are also appalled by Kardashian's actions, according to the NY Post. They say Kris now believes the awful truth: that he was just a prop to boost Kim's reality show ratings.
Sharon Bialek's story is unraveling faster than Beyonce's baby bump hoax!
According to the Chicago Sun Times, GOP candidate Herman Cain's most recent accuser, Sharon Bialek, acted like a groupie when Cain attended a tea party meeting at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center in Chicago in late September.
According to WIND radio co-host Amy Jacobson, "They hugged each other backstage in a full embrace like old friends.
She grabbed his arm and whispered in his left ear.
She kept talking as he bent to listen, and he kept saying “Uh, huh. Uh, huh."
As you know, Bialek, 50, hired infamous attorney Gloria Allred this week and accused Cain of sexually harassing her when she applied for a job in the 1990s.
But her story is being shot full of holes by friends and associates who say the woman is a gold digger.
According to Jacobson, AM 560 WIND radio sponsored a TeaCon meeting in Schaumburg Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center.
She said: “I had turned on [the] TV to find out who was Cain’s accuser, and I almost fell over when I saw it was Sharon Bialek accusing Cain of groping her genitals.”
“I was waiting for Herman Cain’s ‘Accuser No. 4’ to surface — and up pops Sharon!”
Another woman has come forward with scandalous allegations of sexual harassment against GOP candidate Herman Cain. But her own friends are calling the woman a gold digger who is only out for money.
Though her lawyer Gloria Allred painted a respectable and prestigious education and employment history for Sharon Bialek, 50, just a day later it has been revealed that she has not held a job for more than two years and has filed for bankruptcy twice.
A friend of Ms Bialek, from Chicago, told the New York Post: "She has a very infectious personality. It’s easy to see how she won [Cain] over. But the reality of her situation is -- she’s a complete gold digger. It’s all about the money."
Bialek's fiancé, Mark Harwood, who has been dating Bialek for several years, said he was "shocked" when Ms Bialek told him on Friday about the allegations. It seemed strange that Bialek never mentioned the allegations to her boyfriend of three years. But Harwood said he is supporting her.
Teen idol Justin Bieber, whose testicles descended earlier this year, sounded a hot mess during last night's telecast of ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars' results show.
Weighing heavily on his mind must have been the paternity suit filed by a 20-year-old California Stan accusing him of fathering her 3-month-old baby boy.
Mariah Yeater was paid an undisclosed sum of money to tell her story to Star Magazine, which features Mariah and her son on the cover this week. Yeater filed her paternity suit on Oct. 31 in LA. She said the sexual tryst with Bieber occurred on a shelf in a bathroom at the Staples Center following a concert last year.
Her son, Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater, was born on July 6 -- exactly 36 weeks and two days after the alleged sexual encounter with Bieber.
It never ceases to amaze us the lengths that crazed Stans will go to meet their favorites or to get the stars to notice them.
Rather than stalk teen pop sensation Justin Bieber -- which can get expensive since he travels extensively -- a 20-year-old California woman came up with a not so ingenious way to bring Justin to her.
The woman found a gullible lawyer to file a paternity suit against the 17-year-old "Baby" star claiming he knocked her up backstage at a concert last year.
The woman, who was 19 at the time, said she met Justin after he ordered a bodyguard to fetch her from the audience. Meanwhile, Justin located a romantic spot on a shelf in a bathroom where he proceeded to have intercourse with her raw, because, as she claims, he wanted to "feel everything" his first time.
Supposedly pregnant singer Beyonce was seen entering an office building in New York City today. Bey's beleaguered bodyguard Julius threatened to shove aside swarming photogs as Bey strolled inside the building with a smile on her face.
Ten New Birth Baptist Church parishioners lost more than a million dollars after investing in a company endorsed by Bishop Eddie Long, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in DeKalb County state court.
The suit charges that in October 2009, Bishop Long held a 3-day investment seminar at which he introduced City Capital Corporation's then-CEO, Ephren Taylor to his congregation. Church members were encouraged to invest their hard-earned cash in the company, attorney Jason Doss told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"I am responsible for everyone I bring before you and what they say," Long said at the seminar, according to the lawsuit. "The gentleman that I am going to bring before you is an ordained minster. That gives me great pride to bring him for you."
Long was probably aware of the impending litigation when he uploaded a video to YouTube on Feb. 2, 2011 pleading with the investment company to "do what's right" and return the invested money with interest.
He claimed neither he nor the church benefited financially from City Capitol Corporation.
But both the church and Long were compensated for their roles in soliciting the investments, the lawsuit contends.
Apparently, May 21st was just another dry run as the predicted day of the Rapture came and went without much fanfare. But according to fire and brimstone radio preacher Harold Camping, who has predicted the last 3 Raptures -- Oct. 21st is the real Judgment Day.
In an announcement on his Family Radio Network website, Harold Camping stands by his earlier predictions that the world will end on Friday, Oct. 21. Originally, Camping had predicted hourly earthquakes and God's judgment on May 21, to be followed by months of torment on Earth for those individuals left behind. Using numerical codes extracted from the Bible, Camping set the date for the end of everything for Oct. 21. [Source]
According to Camping, there were earthquakes on May 21st -- only instead of shaking the Earth, God shook mankind "with fear," he wrote in a post titled "What Happened on May 21?"
Only a few Souls left their earthly possessions (and their dogs) during the previous day of Atonement.
The last time Camping predicted the 2nd Coming of Christ, the media captured the fervent preparations all over the world. But it was not all fun and games as one innocent child may have lost his life due to Camping's prediction.
Julianne McCrery, 42, of Texas, apparently suffocated her 6-year-old son, Camden Pierce Hughes, before driving to Maine and dumping his body in a ravine. The boy's death sparked rampant speculation that McCrery, a bible thumping religious zealot, sacrificed her son in preparation for the rapture.
The big time lawyer for three of Bishop Eddie Long's accusers has dropped her clients after they violated their confidentiality agreement in the sexual misconduct lawsuit.
BJ Bernstein dropped 3 of the 5 accusers because she said continuing to represent them was "a potential conflict of interest since Bishop Long's attorneys have now filed a demand to recover damages in the case."
According to Fox 5 News, Bishop Long's attorneys filed a notification with the American Arbitration Association seeking to recover "not less than $900,000," -- $300,000 per violation by his accusers Jamal Paris, Spencer LaGrande and cross dresser Centino Kemp.
Sources tell Fox 5 News that Bishop Long's attorneys are now demanding arbitration because the men "intentionally violated their settlement agreement in other media interviews and on Twitter."
Paris and LaGrande recently sat down for several media interviews, while Kemp blasted Bishop Long in a series of "tweet" rants on his Twitter.com page two months ago.
According to Fox 5, Long's lawyers argue that back in August Kemp tweeted "I got f***ed by the Devil Himself" and "I was literally your hooker." In a separate tweet that he directed to @BishopEddieLong's Twitter account, he wrote "why that's all i want to no"
Thanks to loyal reader Stacy B. for giving us the heads up on Wendy Williams doing the Beyonce baby bump sit down test with two of her staffers who really are pregnant. One of Wendy's staffers is due to deliver her baby in February, 2012 -- the same month that Bey is supposedly delivering whatever it is she's carrying.
Update: after watching the video (and laughing my head off!), we decided to compare pics of what a real pregnant woman looks like when she sits, compared to bumbling Beyonce.
First of all, do you see Beyonce's awful posture when she sits? What pregnant woman sits leaning so far forward with her head down at an almost 45 degree angle to her stomach? Notice how she's not protecting her stomach when she sits the way a real pregnant woman would? We could go on and on, but you get the point.
Click the link to watch the results of Wendy's test!