Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Khloé Kardashian ‘in hiding’

Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom

Khloé Kardashian is reportedly trying to clear her head and decide whether or not she wants a divorce.

The 29-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star’s husband Lamar Odom has been accused of cheating on his wife by two women in recent weeks.

Allegations of Lamar’s drug abuse further rocked their union this weekend with multiple sources telling TMZ the basketball star has had a problem with “hardcore recreational drugs” for the last two years.

The website claimed the family recently held an intervention but Lamar refused to enter rehab.

Reports suggest the couple are considering a divorce but Khloé is apparently taking a step back to figure out what’s best.

“She's hiding out somewhere in an attempt to clear her head, but nothing can stop the circus. She's talked to a divorce lawyer, just in case,” a source told America's OK! magazine.

Khloé is said to be upset Lamar hasn’t been forthcoming about his alleged transgressions.

A 29-year-old woman, Jennifer Richardson, made allegations last moth she had enjoyed a one-year affair with Lamar. Defence attorney Polina Polonsky also alleges she had a six-week fling with the athlete.

“Every time she starts grilling Lamar, he hits the roof, accusing her of not trusting him. Then he just clams up or hangs up,” an insider said.

“He hates confrontation and he's moved into the Roosevelt Hotel to get away from all the drama.”

Apparently the reality star hasn’t given up hope of saving their union just yet.

Khloé is said to still want a family with the basketball star but is deeply concerned about his alleged philandering.

“She really loves Lamar and is still clinging to the dream of having a happy marriage and children with him, but right now everything is in total chaos,” the insider added. “She's worried she's married to another Tiger Woods.”

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