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Gotham Gossipist: Kris Humphries Tells Kim Kardashian To Show Him The Money

By Kimberly Rae Miller

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- It's our guess that, collectively, more hours have been spent reporting on the Kardashian-Humphries divorce than the couple was actually married.

Perhaps we should send Kim a note thanking her for paying for our gas this month - because it looks like there's more drama  in the Kardashian-Humphries divorce.

While the duo only lasted 72 days in marital bliss, they sure did make quite a bit of money.  Their fairy tale wedding netted the couple close to $18 million.

The E! Network was picking up the tab for their post-marital pad in the Gansevoort Hotel,  so it's probably safe to assume that they couple didn't exactly use much of that nest egg on expenses. is reporting that Kris Humphries has taken off the gloves when it comes to their divorce.  He wants Kim to reveal just how much money they made during their 2-months of marriage, and he says Kim isn't playing fair.

"Kris feels that Kim hasn't given an honest and accurate accounting of money they made while they were married. Kris has complied with turning over his bank records, credit card statements, but Kim hasn't, and she has been stalling. Kris didn't want to take her to court over this, but he isn't playing Mr. Nice Guy anymore."

If Kim thought this was going to be a nice, quiet divorce she thought wrong.

Humphries is no longer interested in a settlement and thinks the divorce should go to court.

"Kris is furious about reports that he is making Kim's life hell. It's absolutely ridiculous, and he is telling his friends that he won't be bullied by her anymore," a source close to the situation told

"Kris has told his lawyer to no longer attempt to reach a settlement with Kim," the source continued. "It's a waste of time and he is ready to take this to trial, and he will. This was the last straw for Kris because Kim is attempting to drag his family into this drama and that crosses the line. Kris just wants the truth to come out and that is what the courts are for."

Hell hath no fury like a Minnesotan scorned.

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