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Rumor: Khloe Kardashian And Lamar Odom To Divorce Because Of Fertility Issues?

By Joanna |

Khloe and Lamar

That Kris Jenner. Man does she love staging fake flour bombings and feeding bogus gossip about her daughters in order for her family’s name to stay in the headlines. And you know what, she really is a smart woman because it’s working.

The Kardashian rumor of the week is that Khloe and her husband Lamar Odom might be pulling a Kim (that’s divorce in Kardashian talk) because of their much-documented and talked about fertility issues.

Star Magazine puts it this way:

“Lamar is getting tired of her obsessing over having a baby. They’re only intimate now when they schedule baby making time.”

“Khloe put on a brave face and prayed that a new beginning in Dallas would be good for their marriage. Sadly things have only gotten worse. Lamar is super depressed and Khloe is really having trouble handling his emotional issues.”

I can see where fertility issues and moving to a different state might put a toll on someone’s marriage, but I hope this isn’t true. Khloe is the only normal human being in that family and we need that girl to stay grounded – and happy. Thoughts?

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About Joanna



Hailing from South Florida, Joanna Mazewski is a happily married, but sometimes exhausted, mother of a 5-year-old Disney-obsessed princess and 3-year-old Jedi-in-training. Joanna has been following the world of entertainment and celebrities since '05, having served as the Editor-in-Chief of Celebrity News Service and as a personal assistant for one of the original James Bond screenwriters. Read bio and latest posts → Read Joanna's latest posts →

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