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Just when Kim's sham claims were dying down, Kris Humphries goes and calls her a fraud.
TMZ claims to have obtained Humphries' annulment documents and reports he filed for annulment on the basis that Kim defrauded him into marrying her.
The papers also say that Kris wants Kim to pay for his lawyer fees and that even though the two have a pre-nup, they have "community and quasi-community assets."
Family law attorney Scott Weston told People that the former couple's discrepancy on how they want to end things is a "clear conflict."
"A judge will have to decide which to allow, which could take many months," Weston said.
But a source told the magazine the whole situation won't take "many months" to fix.
"She always wanted an annulment but attorneys were against it so she's happy that both parties agree now," the source said.
The annulment will only be granted in California court if a judge finds that the marriage was not valid. Other reasons for invalidity other than fraud include bigamy, incest, force, or being underage.
If Humphries can't get an annulment, he indicated he would want a legal separation.
Humphries and Kardashian both agree that their date of separation was October 31, 72 days after they tied the knot in August.