A Producer Testifies ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ Scripted Scenes To Make Kris Humphries Look Bad



You might want to sit down for this, because it’s going to be hard to believe, but Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian scripted and shot scenes for Keeping Up with the Kardashians to paint Kris Humphries as the villain. It’s like I don’t understand the world anymore. Radar Online reports:

A 165-page deposition from Russell Jay, a producer on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, says that there are at least two scenes that were “scripted, reshot or edited” to make Kris look like the villain after Kim decided she wanted a divorce. Jay said in the court documents that Kim not only knew about Kris’ “surprise” proposal, but insisted producers reshoot the scene because “she didn’t like how her face looked in the first take,” according to Life & Style magazine. The magazine reports Russell reveals that a scene where Kim confesses to her mother, Kris Jenner, that she was having trouble in her marriage with Kris was actually shot after she filed for divorce in 2011. RadarOnline.com exclusively reported about this scene being shot in December, after the trip to Dubai that took place in October before the spilt. Jay also said that a scene where Kim is furious because Kris is having a party in their hotel room while she was out of town was fakedtoo, and Kim was actually in the hotel and knew everything that was happening! “They set Kris up to look like a jerk,” a friend said. “Anyone who loves someone would not team up with their production team to make them look like a fool on TV.”

As this sinus infection rages through my body burning out every last piece of my soul, this should be great news to anyone who actually thought Kim Kardashian was telling the truth and was the victim of a verbally abusive boyfriend. But as it turns out, those people forgot they were dealing with a Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian. They’d sacrifice a live baby on the air if they thought it would get them ratings.

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