The huge wedding for Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries resulted in a huge headache for their neighbors, which resulted in a brand new law.

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On Saturday, Yahoo! TV reported that because the now-divorced couple held their wedding at the $20 million estate of Google Executive Chairman Eric E. Schmidt in 2011, a new law has been passed.

The massive event caused neighbors to file public complaints which led to only a $100 fine to Schmidt for allowing the "unpermitted" event to take place at his home.

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Apparently the traffic and public resources that were utilized led to upwards of thousands of dollars more than the host covered that ended up having to be paid by the taxpayers.

Now, legislature has been approved that allows cities and counties to fine up to $5,000 for first-time offenders that violate local ordinances.

"Taxpayers should not have to pay for extra traffic control and other public safety services for wealthy people who skirt the law," Assemblyman Das Williams told his colleagues.

The union between Kardashian and Humphries only lasted for 72 days, which further annoyed the residents who ended up having to pay for their wedding.

Kardashian is now happily married to Kanye West and the two have one daughter, North West. Meanwhile, Humphries is still single.

Recently, Humphries posted on Twitter regarding Bruce Jenner's transition into a woman: "Man, I'm glad I got out when I did. #Gottadoyou."

The whole Twittersphere responded with harsh comments and shame-on-yous.