It was an emotional day when Governor Brown signed the landmark bill into law.
Now it will be much harder for someone to find a spouse for a reality TV show and not follow the agreed upon script so quickly after the marriage. Now an errant reality TV addition spouse will find himself or herself subject to criminal and financial penalities if they don't act in a specific manner "that helps uphold the illusion of a happy union that was played out in front of cameras."
A tearful Kim Kardashian issued a statement through her mom Kris Jenner that read " I hope no other reality TV starlet has to go through what I went through. I can't talk much about it but my husband was suppose to act a certain way before the public and didn't. I had no choice but to divorce him. I have been humiliated and had to talk about uncomfortable things regarding my compensation for the reality TV show and whether or not it is real. This is not fair and we need laws to prevent this from happening to another victim.....or me if I decide to do it again... which I probably will depending on lots of other things which I don't want to get into now."
Govenor Brown said he thinks the signing of the law will not only help starlets like Ms. Kardashian but will also keep California as the state of choice to film reality TV shows due to favorable laws to help keep them to appear more real to the public.
Previously Governor Schwarzenegger had signed Kim's Watch a law that helps fast track celbutards with recently released sex tapes gain faster access to reality TV shows. Ms Kardashian complained that red tape had delayed her reality TV show. The new law forces TV executives to more heavily weigh the publicity potential rather than moral outrage when considering launching a Reality TV show for celebutards with a sex tape