Final judgment in Humphries-Kardashian case makes divorce official

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NBA player and former Gophers star Kris Humphries' marriage to reality TV personality Kim Kardashian is officially over, People magazine reports.

A judgment was entered in Los Angeles Superior Court Monday night to end the Minnesota native's and Kardashian's 72-day marriage.

E! Online posted the divorce judgment documents Tuesday.

The estranged couple entered into a divorce settlement in April.

Details of the settlement were not revealed, but TMZ.com claims to have obtained information from a source who said Humphries, 28, would get no settlement money from Kardashian, 32, even though he was requesting $7 million.

The source also told TMZ that Humphries dropped his demand for an annulment based on fraud, and that each party would pay their own attorney's fees.

Humphries and Kardashian wed on Aug. 20, 2011, and Kardashian filed for divorce 72 days later.

The judgment comes about a month before Kardashian is due to deliver her baby girl with rap star Kanye West.

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