Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are currently suing YouTube founder Chad Hurley because they believe that since their engagement video was leaked online, they lost out on a lot of money that they could have received from selling it, like all truly loving couples do. Chad reportedly made them a significant settlement offer of donating money to a charity of their choice, but they allegedly turned it down because they want to take this thing to court and get the money for themselves. According to the Daily Mail, though, a rep for Kim and Kanye claims that is "False" and offered no additional information. That's probably because their reps are just trained to fire off denials like, is it true your clients are in a loveless marriage that was only ever intended to benefit them both financially? "False." Did Kim only become famous because she sucked an unknown rapper's dick on camera because her mom told her it was a wise business investment? "False." Is Kim's entire family's downfall bound to be one of the most enjoyable things we've ever watched? "False." That's good, believable PR work right there.