Last week, Kim Kardashian's ex-publicist, Jonathan Jaxson, confirmed what many of us have suspected all along -- that the reality star's entire wedding to Kris Humphries was a complete sham and nothing but a publicity stunt. Of course, Kim denies the accusations and has hired a lawyer to sue Jaxson for breaking his contract and damaging the clean Kardashian name.
According to TMZ, Kim believes Jaxson's remarks have put him in direct violation of their signed confidentiality agreement -- which was drawn up during the brief time they worked together -- so she's seeking $200,000 in damages. However, Jackson addressed the lawsuit on his personal blog, saying, "To the best of my knowledge, I have never signed an agreement dealing with confidentiality with Kim Kardashian. I have an agreement in my possession that does not have either parties [sic] signature on it."
It's hard to really know who to trust in this situation since both sides are guilty of creating self-serving publicity stunts. Jaxson could easily be saying all this to gain media attention in preparation for the release of his upcoming book. But the fact that Kim is accusing Jaxson of breaking a confidentiality agreement strongly suggests what he's saying is true. Add that to the fact that the majority of the world thought Kim's love for Kris was about as fake as a Rolex bought on the street and the answer is pretty clear. Kim may think that Jaxson ruined her reputation, but if you ask me she did a good job of that all on her own.