Kanye West Given The Go Ahead To Sue YouTube Co-Founder Over Proposal Leak

It didn’t even help MixBit all that much.

A California appeals court has made way for Kanye West and Kim Kardashian to move forward with their lawsuit against YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley. Hurley posted footage of the Giants stadium engagement to a venture of his called MixBit, violating a confidentiality agreement he signed before attending the elaborate event (and subsequently spoiling a vital Season 9 Keeping Up With the Kardashian's plot line). He has pleaded that the agreement did not cover MixBit, but the ruling states that Kardashian-West's lawyers "have shown that Hurley's new venture, MixBit, was not doing well, he posted the video on MixBit, which provided it with significant publicity, and he did so within hours of leaving the event. A jury may reasonably infer fraudulent intent from these circumstances," the AP reports. Now that the paparazzi suit has been settled, why not add a new one to the docket?

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Kanye West Given The Go Ahead To Sue YouTube Co-Founder Over Proposal Leak