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The estimates are in for the In Touch collectors issue featuring 100 pages of the diaries of Robert Kardashian trashing Kris Jenner. Bought by In Touch for $40K from Robert's widow, they probably could have got as much as $500K from a publisher, but she needed the money fast. The issue sells for $9.95 and is expected to sell between 200K and 300K copies. They don't sell all that many more of their regular issues and they are priced $7 less. That is a crazy number for something that highly priced. If they made it a book instead of a magazine it would be at the top of the best seller list. The excerpts of it that I have read have been great. Things like the kids don't know who their mom is anymore or Kris showed up drunk again or Kris has done this or that. It is 100 pages filled of trashing Kris written by Robert. Too bad he helped defend O.J., or you might actually like the guy.
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