Kanye West is rumored to have skipped a deposition that was supposed to happen in his divorce from Kim Kardashian. Page Six said that court documents filed this week showed that West “did not appear” for the meeting on November 16. There have also been reports that the rapper will have another chance to give a deposition on November 29.
Page Six says that West has been given another chance to sit for a deposition at the office of Kardashian’s lawyer, Laura Wasser. If he misses that meeting, too, the judge will decide if he’ll “be allowed to offer any testimony, oral or written,” before the former couple’s trial starts, the court documents say.
The divorce case between Kim and Kanye
Page Six got a copy of a court filing that said Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still trying to reach a settlement, but they hope to work out “or at least narrow” any remaining issues before their December 14 trial. During their divorce, there have been rumors that Kim and Kanye haven’t talked to each other. An insider said, “They haven’t talked to each other in a few weeks, and now all communication about the kids’ schedules goes through assistants.”
The antisemitism scandal with Kanye West
Kanye recently didn’t show up for a deposition in his divorce case. This happened at the same time as his ongoing antisemitism scandal. The rapper went on a rant on social media, where he said some controversial things that got his account shut down. Kardashian spoke out against her ex-husband’s “hate speech.” She wrote on social media, “I stand with the Jewish community and call for an end to the terrible violence and hateful speech directed at them right away.”
Kanye was also recently in the news because he lost a few brand deals because of his anti-Semitic comments. West also wrote on social media in response to Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel, who asked companies to stop working with him. “Ari Emanuel. I lost $2,000,000,000 in one day. And I’m still alive. This is about love. I still love you. God loves you still. I am not what I make. “Who I am is the people.”