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A judge ruled on Friday that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ divorce case will go to trial on either May 5 or 6.
During court today, which neither party attended, L.A. Superior Court Judge Stephen Moloney ruled that their case, in which Humphries is trying to prove Kardashian frauded him into marrying him so he can get an annulment, is ready for trial.
“Humphries] has had more than adequate time to prepare," the judge said about the NBA star, who has delayed the trial three times, People reports.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 32, who’s pregnant with boyfriend Kanye West’s baby, has been eager to get the case over with.
“We want a trial because that's the only way this will end," her lawyer Laura Wasser has said. "There was no fraud. They have no case."
As we reported earlier today, Humphries’ lawyer, Marshall Waller, has dropped Humphries as a client due to an “irremediable breakdown of the attorney-client relationship.”
The Brooklyn Nets star still has attorney Lee Hutton on his case, but he needs a California lawyer to sponsor him as well.