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Khloé ‘feeling betrayed by Rob’

Published 08/06/2014

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has allegedly asked Rob Kardashian to leave her house, after she found out he was in contact with Lamar Odom.

Khloé is believed to have let her younger brother stay at her pad while he's getting his life back on track, but after finding out he'd gone behind her back to reach out to her ex-husband Lamar Odom, Khloé apparently demanded he leave.

Khloé and Lamar announced their divorce last year, following accusations Lamar had cheated on her. It was also reported that Lamar was suffering from a serious drug dependency.

"Khloé went ballistic when she found out. It was a real kick in the teeth. She and Rob have always been close and he's been living with her while he gets his life together. She sees it as the ultimate betrayal," a source revealed to British magazine Now.

"She's had a hard time leaving Lamar and he hasn't even signed the divorce papers yet. She wants it over with, so the worst thing Rob could have done was to encourage Lamar to stay in their lives. She doesn't want to see or hear form Rob right now."

Rob is also thought to be in big sister Kim's bad books, after choosing to miss her nuptials with Kanye West in Florence last month.

While Rob had enjoyed the pre-wedding trip to France, when it came to jetting to Italy he bailed.

While the Kardashians haven't stated why Rob was absent, insiders claim an argument with Kim was the main reason.

"After arriving in Paris, Rob and Kim got into a very heated argument because she thought he was just moping around the hotel. She encouraged him to go out and sight see, which he declined to do," a source recently revealed to RadarOnline.

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