Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom not divorcing, Kris Jenner says
Khloe Kardashian Odom and Lamar Odom are not divorcing — that from Kardashian momager Kris Jenner, who on Wednesday addressed rumors of the couple’s rocky marriage.
“Khloe and Lamar are absolutely not getting divorced,” Jenner told E! News. “There’s been no talk of divorce.”
Jenner also said both Khloe and Lamar were at her home two days ago and everything was fine, TMZ reported.
The site also said that Kardashian Odom, 29, had not even spoken with a divorce lawyer, despite reports that a divorce was imminent.
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star’s relationship with the Clippers basketball player has created quite a bit of fodder for some tabloids, which claim the couple’s marriage has been on the rocks because Odom allegedly cheated on his wife of nearly four years with several mistresses.
One report said Odom, 33, had a six-week affair and that he stopped going to marriage counseling with his wife around the time it started.
In July, Odom went ballistic on a paparazzo who was questioning him on the topic, an event that was caught on tape and saw Odom throwing equipment out of the photog’s car, confiscating the gear and a rolling bag, and placing it all in his Mercedes’ trunk.
“I would never cheat on my wife. That’s why I wear my wedding ring,” Odom said at the time.
Odom will not be prosecuted in the case but will rather face an office hearing with the City Attorney, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Khloe and her older sisters Kim and Kourtney have also been targets for affair and infidelity rumors. Kanye West, the father of Kim Kardashian’s child, was hit with a paternity lawsuit by a male model claiming her son Mason is actually his biological son, not that of her boyfriend Scott Disick.just before the June birth of their daughter, North West. Last week, Kourtney was
Family drama, indeed.
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