The former owner of Youtube who sold the popular video site for $1.6bilion has definitely made the power couple richer.
You might recall that in 2013, Kanye proposed to Kim in what seemed like the most romantic proposal in a while.
The proposal itself was an episode on the E! show Keeping Up With The Kardashians and had been orchestrated by Kris who’d reportedly been the only person Kanye shared his plans with.
However, Hurley snuck in, covered the whole thing even after he’d been warned and had signed a confidentiality agreement, and posted the video on Mixbit – a site he went on to find post Youtube.
Hurley has two days to pay the money.