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Khloé ‘trying to save Lamar’

Published 27/08/2013

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian is reportedly trying to rescue her husband Lamar Odom from addiction.

The 29-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is married to professional basketball player Lamar Odom, who has reportedly been missing since the family staged an unsuccessful drug intervention last Wednesday.

It is claimed that Lamar binged on crack cocaine and Khloé kicked him out of the house after he refused to take part in the mediation that she had arranged.

But TMZ reports Khloé has temporarily softened her tough love approach, after the reality star drove to visit Lamar at an “undisclosed location” because she is “desperately trying to save his life”.

According to the website Khloé is committed to seeing her man get sober.

“Khloé has not given up on Lamar although she says she will never get back with him until he's clean,” the website writes.

“On the other hand, we've learned she has taken no steps to file for divorce because she believes there's still a chance Lamar can be saved.”

Lamar has reportedly had a problem with “hardcore recreational drugs” for the last two years and entered rehab for three weeks last August.

Khloé logged onto Twitter appearing to address the claims and launched a backlash at those fuelling the gossip.

“Really hard to sit here and listen to people talk s**t about my family! F**k you and shame on you! I'm too protective for this s**t!” she wrote.

Khloé declined to confirm or deny the reports that the pair are now “effectively separated”.

The couple have been the centre of controversy recently, as several women have stepped forward claiming Lamar had sex with them during his marriage to Khloé.

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