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Khloé Kardashian: 'Argument with mom runs deep'

Published 21/12/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has defended her televised argument with mom Kris Jenner on Twitter.

Khloé Kardashian wants viewers to know her argument with mother Kris Jenner on Keeping Up with the Kardashians runs "deeper" than they might think.

The 31-year-old appears on the reality show alongside sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian and half-siblings Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

In recent explosive episodes, fans have seen Khloé and Kim clash with their mother over her relationship with Khloé's estranged husband Lamar Odom. Married since 2009, the pair announced their split at the end of 2013 amid rumours basketball player Lamar had been unfaithful. The sportsman was found unconscious in a Las Vegas brothel in October (15) and Khloé has put divorce proceedings on hold as he recovers from a suspected drug overdose. But in KUWTK episodes filmed before the incident, the family is seen rowing about Kris' empathy towards her estranged son-in-law.

Now Khloé is keen to set the record straight, tweeting: "I wish I could explain how much deeper the argument was with my mom but i don't mind looking like the bad one so others can save face."

It seems older sister Kourtney has her back, as she responded on Twitter with: "I got you boo."

Kim has also been supporting Khloé on the show, arguing with their mother on her sister's behalf.

"You don't hold accountability for thinking Lamar deserves a second chance," Kim said on the show. "It's not healthy for Khloé. She's moved on."

Kris clearly didn't appreciate her daughter's input, as the episode saw her texting Kourtney, telling her to ask Kim to pack her bags and leave.

Still pregnant with Saint - who was born earlier this month (Dec15) - at the time, Kim and her husband Kanye West had been living at Kris' house with their daughter North, two, while their home underwent renovations.

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