Kim Kardashian gets an apology for fake marriage claims
Kim Kardashian has received an apology from her former friend and one-time publicist for claiming her marriage was fake. What went down?
Kim Kardashian has one less drama to worry about tonight. The reality star has received an apology from a former friend and publicist for claiming her entire relationship with Kris Humphries was totally fake.
Jonathan Jaxson claimed to have firsthand knowledge that Kardashian's marriage was a publicity stunt and her so-called engagement ring was a fake she already owned since her days with Reggie Bush.
"She said the ring was a gift to herself," Jaxson told RadarOnline at the time. "On December 26, 2007 Kim wanted to stage a paparazzi moment acting like she got engaged because she was with Reggie Bush at the time, so I did a set up with her with the same ring."
"Lo and behold the ring is the same ring that she allegedly got from Kris and had to be shipped via a Brinks truck, as played out on their show this year."
Jaxson tweeted suicidal messages after the Kardashian legal team sent a sheaf of threats, and later deleted his Twitter account.
Now Jaxson has issued a public mea culpa about his statements -- likely at the pressing of Kardashian's legal team, who probably offered to drop the whole lawsuit if he reversed his story.
"I wanted to apologize publicly to Kim Kardashian for any confusion that I may have caused by the personal statements I made recently regarding Kim Kardashian," Jaxson said.
"I would like to further clarify that I did not have any firsthand knowledge of Kim's relationship with Kris. Any statement I made regarding Kim and her marriage was my opinion only and was not intended to imply firsthand knowledge of Kim's thoughts and feelings."
Score one for Kim Kardashian!