Kim kardashian wants to move on with her life as a legally single woman, and has just filed papers to do so in her divorce with Yes … TMZ has learned.
Kim filed legal documents Friday … that if signed by a judge will officially leave her single. Basically, you are asking the judge to separate the custody and property issues of the children from the marital status. Kim is also calling for her maiden name to be restored … aka, leaving the “West”.
It’s interesting … Kim’s lawyer is the queen of disso Laura water, who has frequently made similar moves with other celebrity clients, including Dr dre and Kelly clarkson – separate the marital status from other issues. It allows people to get on with their lives … solve other problems for a different day.
Which is especially interesting … just hours before Kim requested a change in her marital status, Ye took the stage at the LA Memorial Coliseum, and as sang “Runaway” he improvised over the vocals at the end of the song to say, “Come back to me … more specifically, Kimberly.”
Kim attended the show, bringing the couple’s children. North and Saint to see dad do his thing and provide family support.
TMZ released the story, Kim has already taken a big step to discover the property side: buying Kanye from his Hidden Hills Estate for $ 23 million. But, there are still other property issues that are pending. We are told that there will be no custody dispute … they will get joint custody and agree to be joint parents.
One thing’s for sure, divorce or not … Kim and Kanye, for the most part, have remained a united front when it comes to their children and emotional support. Just a few days ago a close friend attended Virgil Abloh’s funeral together.
It was also not the first time we had seen Ye do a public play for his estranged wife. On Thanksgiving, he launched a 5 minute long video confessing his alcohol problems and the times he embarrassed Kim … including wearing a MAGA hat.
Kanye has maintained that Kim was “still” his wife in recent interviews, but this document would change that … and make them legally separate entities.