The webloid reports that the newlyweds “checked into the family-run Castle Oliver complex in Limerick, Ireland, after their Italian nuptials” in May, but “packed up after dinner complaining the castle was ‘too big’ and that cellphone reception was dismal.”
Kardashian and West ended up switching residences — even though “the hotel had already ordered countless items to satisfy their over-the-top demands,” alleges RadarOnline.
“They made all these requests ahead of their visit, for certain foods, champagnes, thousands in flowers, candelabras everywhere,” a so-called “insider” tells the site. And still after “the hotel brought in everything they requested,” says the blog, Kardashian and West “reversed the deposit on their American Express card, [and] the hotel staff were left on the hook for thousands!”
“The castle is out a fortune on their honeymoon,” alleges the seemingly made-up RadarOnline “insider,” adding in even more self-serving language, “We’re talking about one of the richest couples in the entertainment business refusing to pay the bill for their honeymoon… They should just have the decency to pay their bill.”
And the webloid should have had the decency to fact-check its story, which oddly was posted more than a month after the honeymoon trip.
Regardless, a source close to the celebrity couple tells Gossip Cop, “The original place was not as expected,” with the Internet allegedly “not working” and “exposed pipes” in the building, among other issues.
We’re also told there was “no heat,” and the newlyweds paid for “whatever they ordered in advance.”
What’s more is that a rep for Castle Oliver itself confirms this account to Gossip Cop, telling us exclusively, “We have been paid for this booking and any expenses that occurred.”
In other words… everything about the RadarOnline report is WRONG.