Khloé Kardashian is reportedly still pushing to have a baby with her allegedly cheating husband.
The 29-year-old reality star married professional basketball player Lamar Odom in September 2009 after a whirlwind four-week courtship.
Their union has been rocked recently with claims that Lamar has engaged in an extramarital affair with Jennifer Richardson since January 2012.
The woman told Star magazine she and the athlete have fornicated frequently and even engaged in a threesome throughout their illicit liaison.
Apparently infidelity on the part of her partner is old news to Khloé. But due to her struggle to conceive a child, it is said she doesn’t want to leave her man before she gets pregnant.
“This isn’t the first time Khloé has heard that Lamar has been cheating,” a source told Star magazine. “But she’s torn. She doesn’t trust him but she doesn’t want to believe he cheats either.”
Those closest to the couple can’t predict whether or not they will remain together.
It is rumoured Khloé finds it tough to be stern with her man, but she is learning how to stand her ground.
“Still, she tossed him out of the house,” the insider explained.
“And before that she kicked him into a separate bedroom.”
One day after news of Lamar’s cheating broke the sports star lashed out at a paparazzo while in Hollywood. He apparently threw the man’s camera in the middle of the road before smashing another car with a pipe. Immediately after the incident he happily posed in a picture with a nearby fan.
Khloé was quick to step to her husband's defence, claiming the photographer had angered her spouse by trespassing and was known to the family.
On Monday night she posted a photograph on Twitter of herself and Lamar looking all loved up while he kissed her on the cheek.
Suggestions the pair are headed for divorce have been rubbished by a source who insists the infidelity rumours are unfounded and the pair couldn't be happier.
"They're more in love than ever," the insider told MailOnline recently.
"Khloé did not kick Lamar out of the house, they are 100 per cent fine."
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