The drama surrounding Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' divorce has lasted a lot longer than their 72-day marriage.
On Monday, the reality TV star's legal team began grilling Humphries in Minneapolis. The NBA player, 27, has accused Kardashian, 31, of defrauding him by marrying him solely for TV ratings and publicity. The former couple's depositions are reportedly being videotaped, and once they are both completed, a date for their divorce trial will be set.
The two signed a pre-nup and both exchanged declarations of disclosure, which could call Humphries' accusations into question. Meanwhile, according to TMZ, Humphries suspects that Kardashian was cheating on him with current boyfriend Kanye West because West wasn't invited to their August 2011 wedding.
Kris Jenner, Kardashian's mother, is laughing it off.
"[Kim's] really good with her intuition and she's usually -- well, she hasn't been so right lately," Jenner said on Bethenny Frankel's talk show Monday. "What's a measly 72 days?"
Of course, this isn't the first Hollywood divorce to make headlines. Click through to check out nine more divorces that have gotten memorably ugly:
|Elizabeth Travis vs. Randy Travis|
Elizabeth Travis, country singer Randy Travis' ex-wife and former manager, has asked a judge to throw out her ex-husband's lawsuit in which he claims she breached her contract and ruined his career.
Elizabeth Travis insists her former husband's "intentional interfering" with her job undermined "the effectiveness of his career in the entertainment industry," according to TMZ.
The couple divorced in 2010. Elizabeth Travis, or "Lib" as she's known, sued Travis last April, claiming he "intentionally interfered with" her role as his manager. She was married to Travis for 19 years and managed him for 30, until, she claims, the singer and his attorneys terminated her contract without any written notice. She says her ex "had a large truck, an armed guard and several other men" haul computers, documents and memorabilia from her Nashville office.
Travis, 52, shot back with a lawsuit of his own, claiming his ex-wife breached her contract by spilling "personal details" about him in a plot to ruin his career, according to TMZ. He also claims that his wife tried to cheat him out of his money by inflating her travel reimbursement requests. He wants a judge to block her request to be paid back management fees. She is also seeking damages for lost earnings.
The "Forever and Ever, Amen" singer has had his share of troubles lately. In February, he was arrested outside a church in Sanger, Texas, for public intoxication. He later apologized for what he said resulted from an evening of celebrating the Super Bowl.
|Terence Howard vs. Michelle Ghent|
At the end of last year, "Hustle & Flow" star Terence Howard shared some damning allegations against his estranged wife in divorce documents, according to TMZ, claiming that she was racist, hurled racial epithets at him and once threatened to have him killed by "a lot of Russian friends who would do it as a favor." TMZ reported that he also claims Michelle Ghent is abusive and twice attacked him with a bottle.
In February, Howard was ordered to pay Ghent more than $50,000 while they hammer out a long-term agreement.
|Kelsey Grammer vs. Camille Grammer|
At the beginning of 2011, Kelsey and Camille Grammer's divorce was shaping up to be a battle of epic proportions with a $100 million fortune built up over 13 years of marriage and no prenup.
But then the erstwhile "Frasier" star and the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member lay down their swords -- she had alluded to radio host Howard Stern that her soon-to-be ex-husband liked to cross-dress, while Kelsey refused to comment -- and agreed to expedite their divorce to allow Kelsey Grammer to tie the knot quickly with new girlfriend Kayte Walsh, who is pregnant with twins.
They were still working out the final financial details and custody arrangements -- they have two children -- but Kelsey says his biggest parting gift to his ex was agreeing to do the Bravo reality show.
"That was a way of saying, Here's what you always wanted, I'm gone," the Emmy winner told GMA. "With my grace, go have that famous life you wanted."
|Jon Gosselin vs. Kate Gosselin|
After the couple, made famous (and then infamous) by TLC's "Jon & Kate Plus 8," split up in 2009, she cried about the mess their family had become, and he accused her of exploiting their kids. When she signed on to "Dancing With the Stars," his lawyer called Kate "an absentee mom"; her lawyer shot back, "He's out of the limelight, while 23 million people are watching Kate on 'Dancing with the Stars.'"
Still single, Kate continues to grab headlines even after her reality show "Kate Plus 8" was cancelled, while Jon has quietly settled into a new relationship with his latest gal pal, Ellen Ross.
|Heather Mills vs. Paul McCartney|
To vent after his volatile divorce from Heather Mills, which ended with him writing her a check for $48.7 million, Paul McCartney took to the medium he knows best. In November 2008, he released the scathing song "Nothing Too Much, Just Out of Sight," featuring the rants, "The last thing you do was to try and betray me/ In new morning light/ I'll never forget it/ And that's just outta sight," and "And you have money/ And no manners." Ouch.
McCartney recently married for the third time to New York businesswomanNancy Shevell.
|Christie Brinkley vs. Peter Cook|
It's bad enough finding out about a husband's affair. Having to hear all the gory details divulged in court -- that can be nauseating, especially in the case of Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook. Their July 2008 divorce proceedings featured a torrent of torrid tales, including Cook's tearful admission that he enjoyed oral sex with his then-18-year-old assistant Diana Bianchi and his fondness for masturbating via webcam. No wonder Brinkley told Ladies' Home Journal, "I would never get married again" in July 2009. "With what I know, I don't see why anyone would get married," she added.
|Charlie Sheen vs. Denise Richards|
Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards' years-long back-and-forth made their divorce the subject of countless tabloid headlines, but the faux pas that took the cake came in June 2008, when Richards released a three-year-old, expletive-laced voice message from Sheen. The highlight: a curse-filled rant from Sheen calling his ex-wife -- and the mother of their two daughters, Sam and Lola -- a "f**king c**t" and a "f**king n****r." Sheen, then the star of "Two and a Half Men," followed up by releasing an apology for what he called his "choice of words."
The pair are on better terms now for the sake of their daughters.
|Madonna vs. Guy Ritchie|
After trying to cover up their divorce for weeks, once Madonna and Guy Ritchie went public with the news in October 2008, the mud-slinging started in earnest. She took a swipe at him at a sold-out concert in Boston, introducing the song "Miles Away, " which was inspired by her relationship with Ritchie, by quipping, "This song is for the emotionally retarded. Maybe you know some people who fall into that category. God knows I do." Ritchie fought back via an interview with Esquire magazine, calling Madonna "retarded" while admitting he still loves her.
Perhaps so, but Ritchie went on to have a baby boy with his girlfriend, model Jacqui Ainsley, while Madonna is now dating Brahim Zaibat.
|Kim Basinger vs. Alec Baldwin|
Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin's divorce drama paled in comparison to the fireworks set off during the custody battle over their daughter, Ireland. In the sixth year of the drawn-out fight, Baldwin called the then-11-year-old Ireland for a court-approved chat, but got her voicemail. He wasn't happy. "You are a rude, thoughtless little pig," Baldwin said in the message leaked on TMZ.com in April 2007. "You have humiliated me for the last time." Baldwin apologized in statement but alleged that Basinger leaked the tape. She refuted his claim, and Baldwin temporarily lost visitation rights.
These days, Baldwin appears transformed. He recently got engaged to 27-year-old yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas but let his legendary temper flare up again when he recently accosted a newspaper photographer in Manhattan.