Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom are heading for splits villa and divorcing. With divorce comes the money, especially if it involves an NBA player whose worth is in millions! So Khloe has nothing much to worry about as she is up for some good amount of money when she separates from Lamar. The entertainment media is going crazy over the speculations related to the amount of money Khloe is about to make from Lamar.
The estimated worth of Lamar Odom, who is an NBA player, is pegged at approximately $100 million. He mostly makes money from his professional basketball career and television and print endorsements. Comparatively, Kim Kardashian's sister is not even close. She is only worth an estimated of $18 million. Her source of income is majorly from the Kardashian family's reality TV show and she is also associated with few endorsements and some family business related to fashion and beauty products, for which she should thank her sister Kim.
One thing which Khloe Kardashian will surely get after her divorce is her $4 million mansion in Tarzana, California. Lamar and Khloe invested in the property together but it is Lamar who gets to move out! The sister of Kim also gets to keep her engagement ring, which is worth $1 million. She will also keep all the expensive jewels and gifts which Lamar got her for past four years of their marriage.
According to various websites, Khloe is also entitled to an estimated $500,000 for each year she was married to Lamar. The amount adds to $2 million dollars. She also will get to keep the $10 million life insurance policy established by Lamar as she is the sole beneficiary in this case.
Lamar in turn is only giving and not taking anything from Khloe. He would not seek any spousal support from Khloe from the money she earned from her involvement in the Kardashian family business. But there are other ways Lamar could earn money from his divorce. He has reportedly been offered $10 million if he wishes to share the juicy details about the Kardashian family! Only time will tell, which direction would he chose? What do you think?
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