If only their divorce proceedings ended as swiftly as their 72-day marriage.
On June 25, Kim Kardashian's legal team began grilling the reality star's ex, Kris Humphries, in Minneapolis. The NBA player, 27, recently accused Kardashian of defrauding him by tying the knot solely for TV ratings.
The exes' depositions are reportedly being videotaped, and once they are both completed, a date for their divorce trial will be set.
Though Kardashian's attorney, Laura Wasser, would not comment for this story, at a May 4 hearing in L.A., she told the court: "I feel that the respondent's personal feelings and maybe some media drive is keeping this case from getting resolved."
Wasser continued: "If Ms. Kardashian prevails and it is shown that there was no fraud, then she will obviously be requesting that the legal fees be paid by Mr. Humphries."
Kardashian was not in Minneapolis June 25, but she is expected to be deposed in L.A. within the next 10 days. Humphries' claims are baseless, a source tells Us Weekly, given that Kardashian, 31, has an "iron-clad prenuptial agreement" dividing their assets. Both parties have also exchanged declarations of disclosure.