Kris Humphries, reality show villain? Homophobic remarks paint an ugly picture

kris-humphries-getty.jpgAnyone who watched Kim Kardshian's "fairy tale" wedding on E! knows that Kris Humphries isn't exactly a manipulative mastermind, despite Khloe Kardashian's suspicions that he was more interested in fame than in his future with Kim. The guy simply isn't smart enough to pull off a Spencer Pratt-style takeover.

It begs the question, though: How will Humphries fare when "Kourtney & Kim Take New York" premieres this Sunday, Nov. 27 at 10 p.m. EST?

In the previews, Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend, Scott Disick, tells Humphries, "Ninety thousand people took your picture. It's going to end up on the internet."

Cut to Kim scolding Humphries: "Your wife has to find out you're in a different country -- on Twitter?"

Ouch.

That's not the worst of it, though. Sources say that during the season, we see Humphries make a few homophobic statements while accusing Kim's BFF, Jonathan Cheban, of being gay. Tensions arise between Kim and Cheban as a result.

Word is, Humphries has decided that his larger-than-expected role in the reality series is worth more than he initially bargained for. Life & Style (which seems to have a grudge against Kim, so we'll take this with a grain of salt) reports that he's suing her to the tune of $10 million. "He's claiming his role on Kourtney & Kim Take New York is bigger than he was told, and that's why he wants more money. But Kris is also suing because he's really worried about how badly he's going to be portrayed on the series."
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