Kim Kardshian and Kanye West are not happy about their ballpark proposal being seen by millions in a viral video that was leaked last week, and now they're pointing fingers at the alleged culprit in a new lawsuit.
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In court documents obtained by ET, YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley is accused of posting the video online. The internet entrepreneur has a new video-sharing venture called MixBit, and in the papers Kimye claims that Hurley had a motive to leak the video in order to help attract users to MixBit.
The filings continue to claim that Hurley signed a confidentiality agreement, but then "proceeded to try to turn the event into one starring himself, broadcasting the images he knew were the exclusive property rights of someone else."
The couple was planning on saving video from the event at AT&T Park in San Francisco for MC Cable Television (an arm of Bunim/Murray and E!), according to the papers.