Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 20 April 2014

Kardashian dad warned new wife to avoid drama

Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian

Robert Kardashian’s widow Ellen Pearson claims his dying wish was for her to run away from his dramatic children and ex-wife.

Robert Kardashian’s dying wish was apparently for his partner to lead a peaceful life away from his daughters and son before he passed away from esophageal cancer in September 2003.

The late lawyer of ex sportsman O.J. Simpson is said to have “warned” his spouse Ellen Pearson about being involved with talent manager Kris Jenner and her children with him.

“His last wish to me was that I have freedom and I would get as far away as I possibly could from the drama and everything that we had experienced during our time together,” Ellen said in an interview transcript obtained by Radar Online.

“When he told me that I should go far away, on some level I thought it was a warning.”

She previously told Star magazine that Robert thought his youngest daughter Khloé might not be his biological child.

Ellen, who is being sued by the family for revealing details of his diary as well as family photographs, also claims he said Kris’ current husband Bruce Jenner was a cross-dresser.

“I tried to stay in contact with the children after Robert passed away,” she admitted. “I made several attempts and several phone calls. I never got a return phone call. I did speak to [stepson] Rob for a couple of years, but then without phone numbers to get a hold of them, we just lost touch.”

Ellen reportedly attempted to reach out to the clan via their other relatives.

However she was knocked back and advised not to get any more involved.

“I tried to get a hold of them through family members, but they said it was just as well that I didn’t, or I didn’t attend my mother-in-law’s funeral because of them,” Ellen said.

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