A California appeals court ruled Wednesday that Kim and Kanye West’s lawsuit against Chad Hurley, the co-founder of YouTube, over the case of their leaked marriage proposal can finally move forward. According to the newlywed couple, Hurley snuck into the AT&T Park in San Francisco while the proposal was happening with intentions to film and leak the event.
After he got the footage, he was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement saying that he cannot share information or leak footage of it. Of course the case is he went right ahead and leaked the proposal footage on his then up and coming video platform MixBit and later argued that a “loophole” allowed him to post the video without breaking the contract, according to the AP.
A California appeals court disagrees with Hurley and the lawsuit against him has now gotten the okay to move forward. The marriage proposal was initially supposed to debut to the public as a part of the Kardashian reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians but Hurley’s leaked footage ruined that with one click!