Two years after YouTube founder Chad Hurley allegedly leaked bits of Kanye West's mega-proposal to now wife Kim Kardashian, Hurley was ordered to pay upwards of $440,000 to the two.

The multi-millionaire broke terms of an agreement that he signed with the E! television network, which produces Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Hurley argued that the principle of the confidentiality agreement was that footage could not be leaked on YouTube, but moments of the event were discovered via his own start-up video sharing app MixBit. Payments must be made to the couple of the course of the next few days, which may not be a problem for Hurley, who is currently valued at $335 million according to Forbes.

The news comes a day after it was announced that Kanye West will be awarded this year's Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, which takes place Sunday, August 30th.