Kris Humphries Accused of Being Verbally Abusive to Kim K

Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian (Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian (Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

In light of what we’ve seen of Kris Humphries‘ blunt swagger on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” the idea of him being verbally abusive to ex-love Kim Kardashian during their brief courtship isn’t the most outrageous leap—even if some of us aren’t the most enthused with the prissy reality star’s emotional schizoism.

Insiders tell Us Weekly that the NBA player was basically the “husband from hell.”

“He belittled her in front of people,” says one source. “He’d call her stupid. It was truly sickening.”

And supposedly, Kris wasn’t a fan of Kim’s fame.

“He tried to control Kim by bringing her down…He would say truly terrible things. One time, he said she had no talent and her fame wouldn’t last.”

On E!’s “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding,” we got to see some of Kris’ resentment towards Kim’s obsession with her career when he said, “Four years ago you were selling clothes at a boutique in the Valley and now you think you’re Miss Princess?”

In a promo clip from “Kourtney and Kim Take New York,” which airs Nov. 27 on E!, Kim is shown arguing with Kris about not being able to have a career in Minnesota, to which he replied she’d be forgotten by the time they pumped out some babies.

To make things worse for Kris, one of his ex-girlfriends is speaking out against him, too. “He would call the Kardashians garbage,” Bianka Kamper reveals to In Touch. “He would never watch the show with me. He always bad-mouthed it and said it was trashy.”

His ex also accuses her former Giant Ogre of calling Kim “fake” and that the only reason she catapulted to fame is because of that embarrassing sex tape.

With all this Humph-Humph hate in the air, will Kris decide to rebound his image? Just wait a few hours, and we’ll probably get an answer.

Watch Kim and Kris Fight in a Promo for “Kourtney and Kim Take New York”:

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