Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian's estranged husband Kris Humphries is taking the reality TV star to court over her decision to keep their wedding gifts and donate double their value to charity.

A spouse may not make a gift of community personal property, or dispose of community personal property for less than fair and reasonable value, without the written consent of the other spouse

The brunette beauty wed basketball star Humphries in a highly-publicised and televised ceremony last August (11), but the union broke down after just 72 days and Kardashian filed for divorce.

The socialite recently announced she would be writing a cheque to the Dream Foundation, which helps the families of patients battling terminal illness, to cover the cost of the wedding presents they received.

However, Humphries alleges he wasn't consulted over the decision and isdemanding to know exactly how much the gifts were worth, in addition to a full accounting of the money they raked in during their short-lived marriage.

In court documents obtained by TMZ.com, the sportsman's lawyer writes, "A spouse may not make a gift of community personal property, or dispose of community personal property for less than fair and reasonable value, without the written consent of the other spouse".