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Kim Kardashian To File For Divorce From Kris Humphries After 72 Days Of Marriage

DAILYNEWS.COM - The buxom brunette is filing for divorce from her NBA player husband Kris Humphries after a mere 72 days of marriage.

"Yes @kimkardashian is filing for divorce this morning. I touched base with her," confirms E! News host Ryan Seacrest, who also produces the soon-to-be single's reality show "Keeping up with the Kardashians."

Though her marriage to the New Jersey Net player was brief, TMZ.com claims Kardashian will not seek an annulment. Instead, she will reportedly cite "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split.

The not-so-surprising news follows weeks of speculation that the couple's short marriage was already on the rocks.

According to Us Weekly, the two were "not getting along at all" and were getting into explosive arguments over their financial issues and Humphries' frequent partying.

Kardashian hung out solo at Saturday's Midori Green Halloween bash at LAVO in Las Vegas, where she admitted to having already endured struggles in their relationship.

"It's always tough when you're apart. But we do what we can to try and spend time together and make that time for each other," she told Us of Humphries, who was said to be in Minnesota.

Kardashian, 30, has purportedly already hired legal powerhouse Laura Wasser, who has worked with the likes of Britney Spears, Angelina Jolie, Maria Shriver and Ryan Reynolds.

Kardashian and Humphries, 26, made sure to sign a prenuptial agreement before tying the knot in front of over 400 guests - and countless reality show cameras - at a private estate in Montecito, Calif. on Aug. 20. It was reported that the couple pocketed as much as $10 million off their wedding.

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