Los Angeles - Kris Humphries doesn't want any of Kim Kardashian's fortune.The sportsman and the reality TV star - who split in October after just 72 days of marriage - signed a pre-nuptial agreement on how to split their assets, but the socialite is said to have offered a financial settlement in order to get their divorce completed as soon as possible.However, Kris is said to be adamant he doesn't want any money and is determined to pursue his claim to have the divorce granted on the grounds of fraud, arguing that he and Kim married under false pretences.Video footageA source told RadarOnline.com: "There have been informal settlement talks going on between Kim and Kris' respective lawyers. Team Humphries has made it crystal clear though that Kris isn't seeking any money from Kim. Kris doesn't want one penny from her."His lawyers have said the only terms acceptable for a settlement would be if Kim agrees to Kris' contention that the marriage was a fraud. There is a stand-off at this point because Kim will never agree to that, she says the marriage wasn't a fraud. It just didn't work out."It was revealed earlier this week that Kris' lawyers want to study video footage from Kourtney and Kim Take New York as an emotional discussion between Kim and her mother Kris Jenner about the marriage is alleged to have taken place in December, two months later than claimed in the show.Kris' legal team are said to feel this strengthens their claim for the marriage being a fraud.
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