Kris Humphries' divorce from reality star Kim Kardashian -- the marriage lasted 72 days -- isn't the only legal problem the Nets basketball player is dealing with.
Scott Hill Bespoke Designs, a Beverly Hills suit shop, is suing Humphries, claiming the basketball star broke his agreement to bring at least two other NBA players to the shop within a 12-month period and receive a hefty discount in return.
Owner Scott Hill said the agreement included a 30 percent discount on all store items that Humphries reportedly utilized while spending $46,000 in merchandise, TMZ said Thursday.
The lawsuit filed last week claims Humphries currently owes the store owner $6,000 in unpaid bills; Hill is suing for $52,000 in damages, plus interest.
"The simple matter is that we hoped Kris would live up to his side of the agreement, but he chose not to appreciate the hard work my company put in," Hill told Hip Hollywood Thursday.
Hill called the lawsuit a last resort.
"We gave Kris the opportunity to clear things up," Hill said. "For sometimes, there's been a difference of opinion on how things should be handled. Therefore, we had to take a legal remedy."
Kris Humphries has yet to respond to the lawsuit's claims.
Humphries was absent Friday morning from a mandatory court appearance regarding the divorce settlement from Kardashian, in which he claims the former Playboy model married him under false pretenses.
Radar Online said that the basketball player couldn't appear due to an upcoming game against the Indiana Pacers.
Humphries is reportedly forcing the reality star to admit, under oath, that scenes from her popular E! show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" are staged in an effort to prove that the network purposefully made him appear as the show's "villain."
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" producer Jay Russell previously testified that at least two scenes from the long-running series were scripted, reshot and edited in order to make Humphries look unfavorable.
The couple announced their split in 2011.