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Kris Jenner wants Khloe to divorce husband

Los Angeles, Aug 31 : Television presenter Kris Jenner reportedly wants her daughter Khloe Kardashian to end marriage with her troubled basketballer-husband Lamar Odom.


Khloe and Lamar's four-year-old marriage hit a rocky patch when he was accused of infidelity and it was revealed that the basketball player had taken to drugs again.

"Kris is desperate for Khloe to divorce Lamar. She thinks he is bad news and that Khloe can do much better. Another reason Kris wants Khloe to dump Lamar is because he has absolutely nothing to offer her or the family," showbizspy.com quoted a source as saying.

"He isn't officially signed with any team. He won't go to rehab, and he is a bad influence on Rob Kardashian (brother). Kris thinks that Lamar has tarnished the family name with philandering and drug use," the source added.

According to the sources, Kris also didn't want Khloe to have a baby with Lamar because he can't take care of his family.

"Khloe wants to have a baby, and now everything has been put on hold. Kris does not want Khloe to have a baby with Lamar as he can't even take care of himself, let alone a baby. Khloe doesn't want to split with Lamar, and Rob doesn't want them to get a divorce either," the source said.

--IANS (Posted on 31-08-2013)

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