Kim Kardashian West offers Kris Jenner $1m for marble

Kim Kardashian West has told her mother Kris Jenner she will pay her $1 million if she manages to find her the 10 slabs of marble she stole from her in 2014.

Kim Kardashian West offers Kris Jenner $1m for marble

Kim Kardashian West has offered to pay her mother Kris Jenner $1 million if she gives her back her lavish marble.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star, 34, locked horns with her 'momager' after she "stole" specially-imported slabs of calacatta gold marble from her without paying for it.

In a sneak peak of their E! reality TV show, which will hit screens on Sunday (24.01.16), Kim moans at the camera: "When we moved in with my mom the first time, we bought a whole ton of marble - all these slabs from out of the country, and she took my marble, has never mentioned it, and has never paid for it."

Kim, who was heavily pregnant with her now-six-week-old son Saint West at the time, then goes on to tell her mother that she's had to change her husband Kanye West's "whole bathroom" after Kris, 60, snatched "10" slabs of marble.

Kris, clearly surprised by Kim's comments, screeches: "You're charging me for the marble?"

The brunette beauty hits back: "Absolutely. They don't have that same marble. They only have calacatta. They do not have calacatta gold in stock, or I'm going to have to wait."

Kris, sensing she could cash in, replies: "How much would you give me if I find you 10 slabs of calacatta gold?"

Kim, who also has two-year-old daughter North with Kanye, then promises her mother she'd cough up over $1 million if she can give her back 10 slabs of the extravagant marble.

The pair shake on it and Kris, who thinks the whole situation is "ridiculous", says: "If I have to rip it out of that bathroom, I will find you 10 slabs."

Kim and her family spent a year living at Kris' house in Calabasas, California, in 2013 when she and Kanye, who got married in 2014, decided to completely refurbish their then-newly purchased $11 million Bel Air mansion.

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