Belfast Telegraph

Monday 21 April 2014

Khloé’s Lamar meeting ‘last straw’

Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian reportedly discovered a hidden stash of crack cocaine when she is said to have met with Lamar Odom earlier this week.

The sportsman is said to have visited their marital home in Tarzana earlier this week to talk to his wife amid reports about his alleged addiction to crack cocaine, Ambien and Oxycontin.

While Khloé has reportedly been battling to save their marriage TMZ reports during the meeting she found a pipe and stash of crack after he told her he had been sober for three days. This claim comes after Lamar insisted he wanted to get clean without entering rehab.

The gossip site reveals Khloé went "ballistic" when discovering the substances. A source claims she called him a "liar" and said, "I'm done with you," before throwing him out of the house.

During this brief meeting Lamar was described as "out of it" and it is said he accused his spouse of stealing his stash of drugs.

Despite reportedly not having "done anything legal yet", Khloé is said to believe her husband's actions mark "the last straw" of their relationship.

It was recently claimed their split could be a permanent one. The reality star is thought to be struggling with the allegations surrounding her husband, who is also said to have cheated on her throughout their four-year marriage.

"She just doesn't know if she can work this out," a source told People magazine. "It doesn't seem like a reconciliation is any closer to happening. It's like the situation is just too far gone at this point for a split to be anything but unavoidable."

She has apparently kept their problems quiet for some time. It's taken even more of a toll on her as she wanted to start a family with Lamar.

"Two years ago, Khloé thought they'd be married with two kids," the source added. "There's still a lot of uncertainty."

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