Management of the New York five-star hotel where Myla Sinanaj works has run investigation soon after Kris Humphries made claim that his ex-girlfriend ran brothel at the place. According to TMZ, the management finds the allegation that she had sex with guests baseless.
Sinanaj's lawyer Joe Tacopina claimed Humphries and his camp tried to get his client fired. It's allegedly part of their "search and destroy mission" against her to make a point that she had better keep quiet about her relationship with the NBA player.
Rumor has it, Sinanaj has information about their relationship that could hurt the estranged husband of Kim Kardashian if it went public. She allegedly demands a large sum of money from the Brooklyn Nets star in exchange of keeping her mouth shut.
Humphries has contacted FBI to hand over evidence of the extortion attempt. He reportedly has multiple recorded messages that could prove that his former flame tries to earn quick cash from him.
In response, Tacopina issued denial. He told Radar Online, "It's absolutely preposterous for Kris Humphries to claim that my client tried to extort him for millions of dollars."
"First of all, as soon as pictures were made public of Myla and Kris, he changed his cell phone number and cut off all contact with her. Myla has never asked Kris Humphries, or his lawyers, for any money. She never asked for one cent from him."
"Secondly, Myla has thousands of text messages from Kris, he would text and call her at least 50 times a day. Does that sound like a casual relationship to you? Kris did tell her he loved her in some of the text messages. On days Kris would have basketball games, he would call and text her a lot as well."
"It would be pretty hard to claim that you are broken hearted if you are dating my client just two months after the marriage broke up. My client's relationship with Kris goes to the heart of his claim against Kim Kardashian and that could hurt him, certainly."