Published On: Sat, Jan 19th, 2013

Kris Humphries plans to countersue Kayla Goldberg for defamation and libel over herpes allegation

Kris HumphriesImage/Video Screen Shot

Kris Humphries
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The drama that surrounds the Brooklyn Nets Forward just seems to go on and on. Now in a Radar Online exclusive, the site is reporting that basketball star Kris Humphries has had enough of the woman who has accused him of giving her herpes, Kayla Goldberg, and intends on countersuing.

Remember that last year, Goldberg publicly accused Humphries of giving her the viral STD during a 2010 rendezvous and sued the ball player for sexual battery claiming Humphries knew of his affliction.

Humphries has repeatedly denied having a herpes infection. Humphries maintains that she just filed the lawsuit against him for financial gain.

He now plans on a counterclaim, as Radar Online reports:

During a status hearing in a Los Angeles courtroom on Thursday, Humphries’ lawyer told Judge Ronald Sohigian that his client planned on filing a counterclaim against Goldberg, and denied having the herpes virus.

On the other side, Goldberg wants a court-ordered blood test done on Humphries to show his herpes status.

A trial date was set for Feb. 24, 2014.

Meanwhile, Humphries divorce battle with wife of 72 days, Kim Kardashian continues. Kim noted on her TV show recently, “I’m annoyed about it but I’ve taken it to a level that I can’t stress about this. The judge says we will be divorced in 2013.”


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