Cupid's Pulse Article: Kim Kardashian Sends Public Statement to Crush Cheating RumorsCupid's Pulse Article: Kim Kardashian Sends Public Statement to Crush Cheating Rumors

At, we love when celebrities set the record straight about their love lives.  We’ve been seeing this more and more, and the Kardashians are no exception.  Khloe made a public apology about her nip slip on Fox and Friends, and now Kim took charge and crushed In Touch Weekly’s false cheating rumors.  Good thing Kris Humphries has nothing to worry about – his fiancée is a fighter!  Or is this simply fodder and PR for the season premiere of Keeping Up With The Kardashians on Sunday, June 12? Regardless, we’ll be watching.

Here’s the statement that was sent to us yesterday:

“I knew when I got engaged that rumors and false stories were going to start, but this is RIDICULOUS!!!!  In Touch Magazine are claiming that I had a five-month secret relationship with this guy… a guy I’ve never met, spoken to, texted, called or even heard of!

“This guy should be ashamed of himself.  Calling up a magazine and making up an entirely fake story in a sad attempt to ruin my relationship!?!?!  It’s just shameful and this guy should feel ashamed and humiliated.  Is this your pathetic attempt for attention?  I’ll be damned if anyone, especially some loser I’ve never even met, is going to try to come between Kris and I.  My friend Lauren London has never even met this guy, so to say she was the one who set us up is totally untrue.  I find it so sad that a magazine will take the word of a stranger and try to pass their story off as true.  And what’s even more odd is that this guy would carry on a “relationship,” yet never speak on the phone or see me in person!  Makes no sense!

“The text messages the magazine claims I sent this guy are pathetic.  ‘Why don’t you put in effort to try and make me your girlfriend doll?”  I would never talk like that to a guy.  They just threw in the word “doll” a few times and tried to make it sound like me.  I talk like that to my girl friends, not to my man.  It makes me sick to my stomach that anyone can call up a magazine, tell an entirely fake story, provide fake proof, and the magazine will go ahead and run it… just to sell copies!!!  What a crazy world.

“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again… don’t believe everything you read.  The tabloids and weekly magazines will do ANYTHING to sell copies, and in this case they decided to run a false story, knowing they had absolutely no proof that it was real.  It’s disgusting, and I will be taking legal action against In Touch magazine and Bret Lockett.”