Reality star Kim Kardashian and controversies seem to go hand in hand. Currently the world is reliving her split from NBA player Kris Humphries on her hit TV show “Kourtney & Kim Take New York” in yet another saga that reels Dubai into the picture.
On a recent episode, Kardashian is seen having a heart to heart with her mother Kris Jenner her about troubled marriage during a trip to Dubai in October 2011. The duo is seen shown sitting in the back of a car with blacked-out windows.
Mother and daughter visited the emirate for the store opening of Millions of Milkshakes but the timing coincides with the surfacing of rumors of the first crack in Kardashian’s marriage in the media.
Kardashian filed for divorce a few weeks after this alleged taped conversation.
However, the plot thickened on December 6, when Kardashian and her mother were caught on camera by the paparazzi, exiting a studio in Los Angeles wearing and carrying the exact same outfits that they can be seen wearing in the Dubai scene as well as the same makeup and hair.
Insiders are now alleging that the scene was staged to put Kardashian in a favorable light to her fans in lieu of the backlash she has been facing since the end of her 72-day marriage to the basketball player.
This would mean Kardashian’s tears to the camera were fake as she had already filed for divorce a month earlier.
Estranged husband Humphries now wants to take things a step further and has cited fraud in his official response to the divorce petition and wants his lawyer to question Kardashian and Jenner about the pictures.
Humphires also took to Twitter shortly after the episode aired to say: “I can’t wait for the truth to come out! People will be surprised or maybe they won’t. #FCC.”
Jenner has defended the episode in Dubai and said there was nothing fake about it.
“We shot the entire episode in Dubai. Everyone is going to take a shot about something and, you know, challenge you at every turn. At some point you have to let it roll off your back,” she was quoted as saying in the American media.
(Written by Sara Ghasemilee)