Kim Kardashian offered her estranged husband, Kris Humphries, a cool $10 million in a desperate bid to settle their bitter divorce battle once and for all -- but he turned her down flat -- RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
"After Kim filed for divorce, she offered Kris a $10 million payoff, with the agreement that he would not continue to pursue an annulment to their marriage on the grounds of fraud," a source close to the situation tells Radar exclusively.
Kim’s rep told RadarOnline.com: “This is obviously yet another inaccurate report that lacks facts. No such deal was ever made.”
Unfortunately for Kim though, money didn't sway the NBA star, and he vowed to stick to his guns and prove in a court of law that their short-lived marriage was a sham.
“Kris flatly rejected the offer because it has never been about money for him," the source says. "He wants to be able to marry in a church again, with a clear conscience, when he finds someone special. Kris is deeply religious and he believes that the only way he can do that is if his marriage to Kim is annulled.
“Kris wants to move on with his life just as badly as Kim does - he is constantly getting heckled by NBA players and fans - and he just wants to be able to close this disastrous chapter in his life once and for all. If Kim would just agree to grant him the annulment, they could both move on with their lives."
As it stands though, the earliest their divorce trial can be scheduled to begin is the middle of June in order to accommodate Kris’ busy basketball schedule. So, Kim will likely still be married to Humphries, her second husband, when she gives birth to her new boyfriend Kanye West's baby in early July.
Reports circulated recently that Kris demanded a $10 million payment from Kim to grant her a divorce, but the source tells Radar that is categorically not true.
“That absolutely never happened.," the source vows. "Kris has given a sworn declaration that he has never asked Kim for a single dime. The only thing he has asked for, and continues to ask for, is for her to agree to an annulment."