Humphries To Bikini Girl: ‘You’re Not My Girlfriend’

Humphries To Bikini Girl: ‘You’re Not My Girlfriend’
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Kris Humphries’ mystery woman from the Miami beach keeps claiming that she’s Kris’ new girl. Fatmire “Myla” Sinanaj – the Kim K look-alike – has angered the basketball star with her lies.

Humphries is going through a nasty divorce battle with Kardashian and has been “casually hooking up” with Sinanaj. But Sinanaj insists that it’s more than casual after the two were spotted on the beach together earlier this week.

Humphries’ attorney, Lee Hutton, has warned Sinanaj to stop making false claims and is preparing a cease-and-desist letter.

A source tells RadarOnline: “Myla and Kris are absolutely not in a relationship. Have they hooked up? Absolutely, and she was pressuring Kris for a commitment, but he has been very honest with her that there was no way that was going to happen … Kris is very much enjoying being single and any girl that claims she is dating him exclusively is lying.”

According to other sources, Humphries does not want to date anyone seriously until his divorce is finalized.

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