Kim Kardashian arrives at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles
One lawyer thinks Kris Humphries might be looking for a legal loophole that will force Kim to pay up. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

A day after filing for divorce from basketball player Kris Humphries, reality TV star Kim Kardashian Tuesday dismissed reports that she had profited from televising her wedding.

There are also reports that I made millions of dollars off of the wedding. These reports are simply not true and it makes me so sad to have to even clarify this. I'm so grateful to everyone who took the time to come to my wedding, and I'll be donating the money for all the gifts to the Dream Foundation, Kardashian wrote in a message posted on her Web site.

Kardashian filed for divorce Monday, just 72 days after marrying Humphries in a lavish wedding that was billed as a fairy tale.

After careful consideration, I have decided to end my marriage. I hope everyone understands this was not an easy decision. I had hoped this marriage was forever, but sometimes things don't work out as planned. We remain friends and wish each other the best, said Kardashian in a statement.

Kardashian married Humphries in Southern California Aug. 20, after dating him for about nine months. The wedding reported to have cost $10 million. More than 3 million U.S. viewers watched a two-part TV special earlier this month called Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian event.

This is the second divorce for Kardashian, who had been previously married to music producer Damon Thomas for four years, separating in 2004. Since then, the reality star has had a number of high-profile relationships, including those with R&B singer Ray-J and American football player Reggie Bush.

Kardashian is one of the highest-paid reality stars on the U.S. television with 2010 earnings estimated at $6 million from her TV show, clothing line, perfume, jewelry and tanning cream and other product endorsements and appearances.