He also believes that he was “defrauded into marrying her” since the marriage only lasted 72 days:
“Kris wants the ring back because the marriage only lasted 72 days and he believes it was based on fraud and deceit. Remember, Kim filed for divorce. Kris paid for that ring, and he just can’t fathom why Kim would want to keep it. It’s not like she is ever going to wear it again. Kris realizes that with Kim it’s all about material objects and she truly treasures things over people in her life.”
Although this may already seem a bit bizarre and a bit of a money issue, the ring isn’t the only thing that Kris wants from Kim…there’s also that $325,000 Ferrari a rich Malaysian business man gave the ex-couple as a wedding gift:
“Kris wants a divorce trial so that the truth can finally come out. Amongst other matters, he wants to know about the Ferrari that the couple got from a very wealthy Malaysian businessman that attended the wedding. Kris was at Kim’s house when the car was delivered — it was given to both of them, but Kim has kept sole ownership and has used it extensively. She will be asked about it, under oath, on the stand at the trial.”
Although it’s true that she’s never going to probably wear that engagement ring ever again, I don’t really think you’d have to go and get the ring back. I mean, all Kris is going to do is sell the ring and maybe get his money’s worth back. It seems like the ring is more of a cover up to wanting that Ferrari.
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