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Khloé 'angry at Lamar'

Published 25/08/2013

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has started to feel angry about the cheating scandal plaguing her marriage.

The reality TV star's husband, Los Angeles Clippers basketball player Lamar, has made headlines for allegedly having affairs while they were married.

Jennifer Richardson, 29, came forward last month claiming she's been seeing Lamar for around a year, and Polina Polonsky also claims she enjoyed a six-month tryst with the star.

Sources close to Khloé say she's since got over the shock of the allegations and has started to feel angry.

"Khloé is, of course, upset about women saying they've slept with her husband - she's cried her eyes out - but now she's more angry than tearful," an insider told UK magazine Look.

Khloé is said to be determined to hold her marriage together in the wake of the scandal. Friends say she will maintain a dignified silence on the subject until their marriage problems are resolved.

"Lamar has told her he wants to work on their marriage because he loves her and she believes him - it's just made her more committed to fixing any problems they have," the insider added. "She is not the pushover everyone thinks she is - she's actually very tough."

Jennifer has said she met the married star while he was on the road with the Los Angeles Clippers and allegedly started the affair in January 2012.

The brunette has claimed their relationship spiralled after their first night of passion.

“He came to a club where I was partying with my friends,” she said to In Touch magazine. “We picked one of them together… she came back to the hotel. It was crazy and he loved it.”

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