The Skims founder, 40, who filed papers on February 19 to end her six-year marriage to the troubled rapper, "has already been told by more than one guy that even a single date with her would mean getting sucked into the media circus," dishes an insider. "Sure, they'd be in the spotlight, but most established actors and musicians just don't have room in their life for that kind of nightmare."
The mom of four, who's in the middle of a legal apprenticeship, might have better luck hooking up with someone "in law or even politics," adds the insider, who says CNN commentator and criminal justice crusader Van Jones, 52, would be "a good fit."
Kardashian has "gotten quite comfortable in that world, and it's her best bet for a serious relationship," adds the insider. "But for men in showbiz, her star factor has made her radioactive."
The rumors of the "imminent" divorce began swirling early January this year after West and Kardashian spent the past year struggling to stay together following the Yeezy designer's very public meltdown where he accused his wife of almost aborting their first-born. He also referred to his mother-in-law Kris Jenner as Kris Jong-Un.
After living separate lives for months and quitting couples therapy, it was reportedly Kardashian's decision to divorce West. The former couple will now have to figure out the logistics of taking care of their four children: North, 7, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, 21 months.. Their prenup arrangement has nothing to say about the kids' custody and the battle will — most likely — go to the court.
As far as Kardashian's family is concerned, they won't be shying away when it comes to supporting her through the divorce and legal turmoil.
"Kim's family will support her in any decision she makes, but she feels that the most important thing to recognize before making any choice is realizing what's best for the kids, herself, Kanye and the rest of the family, essentially in that order," a source had previously said.