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That's one heck of a he-said, she-said battle over a blender!

Kim Kardashian may have announced plans to donate twice the value of the wedding gifts she received at her doomed nuptials to charity, but that isn't sitting well with her ex Kris Humphries.

Receiving $100,000 worth of gifts in August, Kardashian -- who filed for divorce from Humphries 72 days later -- wrote a thank-you note to guests explaining that while their gifts were appreciated, the reality star wanted to repay them through a charitable donation.

Confirming that Kardashian did write a check to the Dream Foundation -- a "wish-granting organization" for adults -- in the amount of $200,000, a source tells Us Weekly that while the couple kept the actual gifts, the Dream Foundation, like most charities, could make far better use of the money versus high-priced vases and stemware.

Though Humphries applauds his ex's generosity, a source close to the NBA star says he takes extra offense to the fact that she's keeping the actual items in her possession.

"Kris has always felt they should return gifts to the people that spent their money on it," the source explains. "Kris respects Kim for donating money and is happy she is doing that. He 100 percent thinks that is great, but she should give the gifts back."

While a Kardashian source familiar with the couple's prenuptial agreement argues the bride and groom were free to do what they wished with their own gifts, a Humphries insider counters she should have waited until the court declares their marriage dissolved to divide property.

"By court order, they are not supposed to do anything at the moment until the marriage is dissolved completely and they both decide how everything will end up," says the Humphries insider, who tells Us he only kept Bibles given to him by family. "She is violating court order by saying she is not returning them."