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Kim K 'disrespected by Brody'

Published 24/07/2014

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian reportedly thinks step-brother Brody Jenner has been "disrespectful" towards her.

The reality star married rapper Kanye West in a lavish ceremony in Florence, Italy in May. Step-brother Brody, 30, didn't attend the nuptials but this month he was a guest at the wedding of Kim's ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush.

"Kim thinks it's disrespectful of him to snub her wedding, but go to Reggie's," a source told British magazine Star.

The 33-year-old dated the American football player on and off for three years before splitting for good in 2010. Brody posted a snap of himself celebrating the 29-year-old's nuptials to bride Lilit Avagyan, which is thought to be a big part of what annoyed his step-sister.

"For Kim, it's a matter of loyalty. Brody knows they are a very public family and that pictures of him at Reggie's wedding would go viral," the source continued.

The former The Hills star reportedly snubbed his step-siblings nuptials after she and husband Kanye refused to invite his girlfriend, model Kaitlynn Carter. Brody took a job DJing in Chicago instead but he has downplayed the rumours of a rift.

"Kim was in Paris [for her wedding], I was working. It's that simple," he previously said, according to Radar Online. "It's kind of ridiculous that everyone's making such a deal of it. Reggie's been a friend of mine for a long time and I went to his wedding. It's all good."

Brody and Kim are related though their parents; Brody's dad Bruce Jenner was married to Kim's mum Kris for 22 years but they separated in October last year.

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