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Kayla Goldberg filed a lawsuit against The Hump claiming he gave her herpes. She was diagnosed with the STD five days after they allegedly had unprotected sex.
The Hump counter sued saying it was impossible because he didn’t have herpes. One person was telling the truth and one person was lying.
The person who was lying was Kayla Goldberg.
Humphries vehemently denied the accusation, and in a bid to put an end to the matter once and for all, submitted to a plethora of tests – the results of which came back negative, clearing Kris, 27, of herpes, AIDS, and any other STD.
“Kris knew there was no way he gave Kayla herpes, so he took a blood test to prove it,” a source tells RadarOnline.com. “The results, filed as part of Kris’ response to the lawsuit Kayla filed against him are under seal, but he was found negative for herpes, AIDS, or any other sexually transmitted disease.
“Now, he just wants to clear his name and get on with his life – sexually disease-free.”
That last sentence is just too funny.
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Well wasn’t that thoughtful. The Nets win this one by 20. 97-77.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has been chosen to replace the injured Rajon Rondo on the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
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Which is why he agreed to film this commercial. Well-played!
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TV: FOX Sports Florida
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