'He Made Me Do Liposuction!': Kim Kardashian About Her Marriage Horrors With Damon Thomas
December 24, 2018 16:48 By Fabiosa
Kim Kardashian reveals an exciting story about her feelings towards Kanye West and regrets not getting married to him earlier. During the celebration of the 10th anniversary of their reality show, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, the 38-year-old supermodel also confesses about an unpleasant experience with her ex-husband Damon Thomas.
The first Kardashian and West meeting took place back in 2003 when her friend Brandy was recording a song together with Kanye, and Kim vividly remembers hanging out with him later on:
I remember he was asking his friends ''who is this Kim Kar-de-jon?'' He didn't know what my name was and it was really cute.
Their true love story began only ten years later after two unsuccessful marriages of the reality show star.
Luckily, immediately after that, Kim became unbelievably happy and soon welcomed their first baby, North. The family now has two more charming kids Saint and Chicago and it's a great example that not all Hollywood couples divorce within a year.
Victim of the assault
Unfortunately, not everything was smooth in Kardashian’s personal life. During her marriage with Damon Thomas Kim suffered from severe domestic violence:
He punched me in the face and told me I needed liposuction.
The terrible details were revealed after their divorce as the court documents became available for public view.
Damon made Kim leave college, quit her job, and even set her against her own family. At that time, Underdogs performer gave her money for liposuction, as he really wanted her to be perfect.
For his defense, Damon calls Kim a plastic surgery fanatic. He rejects everything that the star has previously accused him of, emphasizing that all she wants is popularity and money:
She wanted to have that lifestyle. She wanted to be what she ultimately became.
Well, the news in the Kardashians family are changing extremely quickly. That seems exciting but at the same time quite frustrating to know that people can be deceiving.