The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star's estranged husband is adamant that her testimony is recorded on film, a move which she is said to be fighting.
Although the procedure is the norm in such cases, to be used as evidence if necessary, Kim's lawyer, Laura Wasser, is afraid the footage may emerge before their divorce trial gets to court.
A source told RadarOnline: ''Kris' lawyer Lee Hutton has told Laura that he intends to videotape Kim's deposition, which is Common practice in divorce proceedings.
''This is done in case a witness becomes unavailable at trial, and the deposition can be used as evidence. Kardashian's camp has vowed to vehemently fight having the deposition taped, they don't think it's necessary and are afraid that it could get leaked to the media, despite assurances from Kris' lawyer all video evidence will be kept in a safe and won't see the light of day until the trial.''
The website reports that although Wasser is expected to file documents to ask a judge to intervene, Kris' people are ready to hit back with reasons why they should be for the move and will not back down unless his ex publically apologises for their sham marriage.