The power couple said YouTube founder Chad Hurley signed a one-page confidentiality agreement before their engagement event at San Francisco's AT&T Park, but he went ahead and posted video of the moment online anyway.
Hurley requested the suit be thrown out under California's anti-SLAPP statute, which is a lawsuit that's filed to intimidate and silence critics by overloading them with the cost of a legal defense.
Kwan denied Hurley's anti-SLAPP filing and set a trial date of Nov. 17, unless a settlement is reached before then.
The judge said Hurley could be liable for fraud, which means West and Kardashian could be due a big payday in punitive damages. We're talking millions.
Check out the video in question.
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