Still Refusing To Divorce, Kanye West claims Kim can't Prove that he Wrote Social Media Attacks
It looks like Kanye West wants to convey the message that he's not giving up without a fight, but the fight he's waging is, well, bizarre.
Kanye has filed legal documents, seeking to exclude his social media posts attacking Kim, Pete, and others from next week's hearing. Kim will be able to restore her single status next week after a judge decides whether to restore her status.
Can Kim really say that he wrote those posts? Kanye's argument: How can Kim prove that he wrote them? His lawyer argues that these social media posts are not only hearsay, but double hearsay!
Ye's lawyer says, "Kim claims she read something online allegedly by Kanye and characterizes the posts in her declaration as misinformation ... Kim needed to offer the social media posts into evidence, and show that the posts were written by Kanye."
The documents never state Kanye didn't write the posts... just that Kim didn't comply with all the requirements.
However, according to Kanye's lawyer, the prenuptial agreement is no longer valid, at least not now. There is a presumption in California that prenups signed after 2001 are invalid, and the only way they can be validated is if both parties agree to it or if they go to trial. Kanye says he doesn't believe it's valid, so it can't be enforced until there's a full-blown trial, which is very likely to take a long time.