02 22 12 Divorce Attorneys News Blog Kim Kardashian Gets Away From Divorce DramaWe just never know what to think of Kim Kardashian these days. One minute she’s sulking in her house alone, crying over her divorce, while the next she’s back to her old party girl ways. This week, it was the latter.

The reality TV “It” girl has been moping over her turbulent divorce from NBA star Kris Humphries for months. Between the public – and Humphries – accusing her of faking the marriage and Humphries determined to expose her as a fraud, KK has been in need of some R&R for quite some time, and that’s exactly what she’s doing.

Kardashian and her pal, publicist Jonathan Cheban, were spotted having some fun in the sun in Miami recently. The BFFs have been spending some time laying out and enjoying the ocean, trying to forget about the drama that’s been unfolding with the split. And unlike her usually revealing outfits, Kardashian was seen wearing more modest looking bikinis and frolicking around in the water without seeming to have a care in the world.

Kardashian filed for divorce from Humphries on Oct. 31 after just 72 days of marriage, and if you have caught a few episodes of “Kourtney and Kim Take New York,” it’s obvious as to why. The duo never seemed to be on the same page, doing a lot more fighting than snuggling up to each other after being freshly married.

While the divorce battle continues, at least it’s nice to see Kim getting on with her life instead of letting the drama get her down.

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