Kim Kardashian

Hip-Hop Rumors: Kim Kardashian Sues YouTube Founder For Leaking Engagement Video

Today in attention whore news, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are so pissed that their engagement video “mysteriously leaked” online that they’ve targeted the person they believe to be the offending party.

Via Radar Online:

Kim Kardashian has filed a lawsuit against Chad Hurley, accusing the YouTube co-founder of leaking Kanye West‘s wedding proposal at AT&T Park in San
Francisco, has confirmed.

Hurley filmed a behind-the-scenes video of West’s over-the-top proposal to Kim on her 33rd birthday, Oct. 21.

In the clip, a 50-piece orchestra is playing Lana Del Ray‘s “Young and Beautiful” before the rapper, in a dark suit, bends down on one knee and proposes to the reality TV star, in a short white dress, with a 15-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond stunner.

But Kardashian was seeing red after the video appeared online, because in the lawsuit, she alleges that Hurley signed a confidentiality agreement.

The documents stated that the people who signed were aware that the images of the engagement were the property rights of someone else. Keeping Up With The Kardashians cameras were also filming but Kanye and Kim have final approval.

If this is true, the owner and founder of YouTube should no better, especially considering how they’re quick to mute and shut down videos due to copyright infringement.

  • RapItUp

    I wish Friday Foster would “no better” as well.. Seriously, who is this guy?? Or chick? Whoever you are, you suck!! Terribly!! Whoever you know at AHH, consider yourself very lucky! To get this kind of exposure with THAT kind of editorial skill!

  • YungKizz

    ummm who cares now?………

  • I knew it was coming!

  • someone murder kim and kanye please. – America

  • OMG-I am so tired of these two people, are you kidding me-Everytime they do something for the public to see then they turn around and try to take it back then point fingers….There should be some kind of penalization for using the media and the courts for having so many false claims, and using the court system as a cash cow.

  • Sean Taylor

    “If this is true, the owner and founder of YouTube should no better”

    Yeah he should KNOW better.