Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are NOT "finally over," despite a tabloid cover story about a "$300 million divorce." Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the false report.
The new cover of In Touch wrongly announces, "It's Finally Over! Inside Kim's $300 Million Divorce." The same "finally over" headline is featured inside the issue, where it's said, "Just two months before their third anniversary, Kim Kardashian is pulling the plug on her marriage to Kanye West."
The "breaking point" was allegedly last Sunday's "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which focused on Kardashian's robbery. A so-called "family source" claims to the magazine, "He'd told Kim her experience was personal and warned her, 'Do not exploit this for ratings.' But she did anyway. She went directly against his wishes and exposed every detail on camera. They had a huge fight, and he stormed out."
Now, contends the supposed snitch, "Kim is seeking a divorce." A purported "insider" asserts, "Kim didn't want to file while Kanye was having serious mental health problems, because that obviously would have been very tough for him to deal with. [Now] Kim knows the time is finally right for her to leave Kanye. She's been talking to her lawyer, and divorce papers have been drawn up."
The story goes on to say the couple has already been "living separate lives," and had "many issues before the robbery and before Kanye's mental health crisis. The "family source" alleges to the publication, "While she can't stand the idea of being humiliated by yet another divorce, she doesn't want to live in a broken marriage either, and she doesn't know how much longer she can hold on pretending."
But it's the tabloid that should feel humiliated. In Touch has run divorce cover after divorce cover about Kardashian and West, and has been wrong every single time. For instance, Gossip Cop busted the outlet a year ago when it falsely claimed Kardashian had "announced" a divorce and "divorce papers [were] being drawn up." But the reality star did nothing of the sort then, and is doing nothing like that now.
There's no denying the couple had a rocky end to 2016, but they remain happily committed now in 2017. Nothing is "over" between them and there is no "$300 million divorce," Gossip Cop exclusively confirms with Kardashian's rep, who calls the cover story "false." So all there is is In Touch once again trying to dupe readers with misinformation.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.