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Khloé Kardashian 'freaking family with exercise regime'

Published 15/08/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian’s family reportedly think she is “desperate for attention” by continuing to lose weight.

The 31-year-old recently revealed that she has lost 35 pounds through diet and exercise. But despite her confidence in her new figure she apparently wants to lose more weight, much to the concern of her family.

“Khloé is saying she still wants to lose 15 more pounds but her family think she is already scarily skinny,” an insider told British magazine New! “She spends two hours training first thing, including an hour with her trainer, and another hour and a half in the afternoon doing another form of exercise like spinning, yoga or Pilates.”

While the star has insisted that she’s happy with her figure, the source told the publication that her family worry she’s still insecure following her split from husband Lamar Odom. They reportedly think she is doing all the exercise to get attention, especially considering the other big events that have occurred in the family in the last few months.

“Kim, Kourt and Kris think Khloé is desperate for attention since Caitlyn [Jenner, formerly Bruce] has become the breakout family star and since Kim became pregnant again,” the source added. “They also believe Khloé’s self-esteem and troubled love life are driving her to over-exercise. They staged an intervention in late July and told Khloé she can’t lose another pound. They told her she needs to scale back her exercise or she’s risking a collapse or physical breakdown.”

There harsh words didn’t go down too well with Khloé. She reportedly accused them of being jealous and not allowing her to be the slim, pretty one in the family for the first time.

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