Posted 12 months ago
By Corey Sorenson
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Did you see online clips of Kanye West proposing to Kim Kardashian at the Giants ballpark in San Francisco?
You probably shouldn’t have — and because of that, the rapper and his fiancee are suing a co-founder of YouTube. The lawsuit filed yesterday says Chad Hurley violated a confidentiality agreement by posting a fuzzy video of the proposal on his new video-sharing Web site. The lawsuit says Hurley wasn’t invited to the proposal — but was allowed to hang around because he had signed an agreement not to post any video or images from the event.
Not that West and Kardashian are camera shy. The rapper allowed other cameras to record the event for possible use on E! — the outlet for his bride-to-be’s show, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”