Take, for example, their engagement.
When the rapper popped the question, there were cameras rolling. Although some sources say that it was being filmed for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, it seems that the big event was captured by some other cameras, too.
For most of us, that would be great...but when you're Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and your image equals big dollar signs, the video becomes extremely valuable.
Originally, KimYe sued YouTube founder Chad Hurley, claiming that he violated their confidentiality agreement and that he was behind the proposal video being posted on his new site MixBit.
Now, Chad is firing back, hitting the celebrity duo with a counter-suit.
According to TMZ, Chad is saying that nobody ever told him he couldn't shoot or distribute footage from the event and that whatever waiver he signed, he didn't read it.
Question is: Will that hold up in court?