Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Might Really Be on the Brink of Divorce


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No doubt it's been a tough time for these two, but could this be the beginning of the end? Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may be headed for divorce, following his recent hospitalization for "exhaustion."

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According to People magazine, the rapper's health crisis has put a huge amount of strain on his marriage. Kim has reportedly remained by his side since his increasingly erratic behavior landed him in the hospital, yet it seems they still aren't living together since he was released last week.

Adding to the stress is the fact that Kim hasn't yet made a full recovery from being robbed at gunpoint in Paris on October 3. An insider told the mag, "Kanye and Kim had a stressful few months. It's been a tense time. But Kim is happy he's getting help."

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But according to at least one other source, that doesn't mean that all is well with their marriage. In Touch reports that Kim has been meeting with celebrity divorce attorney Laura Wasser. Wasser represented Kim a few years ago when she divorced Kris Humphries after just 72 days of marriage.

In Touch also said that a source told them, "Kim is miserable and wants this marriage to be over. Kanye has absolutely no clue that any of this is happening, but Kim has already asked to have divorce documents drawn up."

A second insider alleged that while Kardashian West and Wasser have remained friends, this was an official business visit. The source said of Kim, "She really thought Kanye was her soul mate and is absolutely devastated ... She's done."

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We're taking these rumors with a giant grain of salt, especially considering how supportive Kim has been through Kanye's health drama, while still emotionally recovering herself from the Paris ordeal. Just because they're having a tough time doesn't mean their marriage is over -- in fact, times like these can serve to strengthen those bonds.

Until we see scanned copies of those divorce papers, we're just going to call this one a rumor and move along.

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