Kris Humphries wants a full accounting of all the money he and Kim earned during their 72-day marriage.
The couple wed in an on-camera ceremony last summer, but split less than three months later. Now, it appears as though Kim and Kris are trying to sort their way through a nasty divorce.
Court documents filed by Humphries read:
"A husband and wife are subject to the general rules governing fiduciary relationships which control the actions of persons occupying confidential relations to each other. This confidential relationship imposes a duty of the highest good faith and fair dealing on each spouse, and neither will take unfair advantage of each other."
A source close to the NBA player previously revealed:
"Kris feels that Kim hasn't given an honest and accurate accounting of money they made while they were married. Kris has complied with turning over his bank records, credit card statements, but Kim hasn't, and she has been stalling. Kris didn't want to take her to court over this, but he isn't playing Mr. Nice Guy anymore."
Kris supposedly told his attorney to stop settlement talks with Kim's people. Instead, he wants to take the case to court so a judge can decide if the marriage should be annulled on the grounds of fraud.