Khloe Kardashian Reportedly Would Go Ballistic If Ex-Husband Lamar Odom Has Anything to do With Brother Rob’s Dilemmas
By Rachelle Corpuz | July 11, 2014 4:20 PM EST
Khloe Kardashian apparently isn't so fond of the idea that her younger brother Rob Kardashian is building a close relationship with her ex-husband Lamar Odom. A new report say that if Khloe finds out that Lamar has anything to do with Rob's current dilemmas, she would go ballistic.
Television personality Khloe Kardashian arrives at the 2014 Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas
A source told Hollywood Life that Khloe doesn't even want to entertain the thought that Lamar is someone who is contributing to Rob's issues in life. "If that were that case, she'd strangle Lamar," revealed the source.
Recently, Rob has reportedly been battling depression because of his weight gain. He has been turning to Lamar to seek guidance on training and working out.
Khloe is also getting worried because of the fact that she is unable to reach Rob and she fears that she will go through the same neglect and rejection that she experienced when she was still married to Lamar, the source further alleged. "It would push her over the edge, entirely."
Khloe is hoping that Lamar's involvement in Rob's life is something of a brotherly support. Khloe said Lamar should be able to extend help and support to Rob since the basketball athlete already has problems of his own.
It was in April when Lamar and Rob started hanging out, according to a Radar Online report. During that time, Rob has fled from his family and allegedly began to "reconnect" with his former brother-in-law. An insider close to the Kardashian clan said that Rob was heartbroken over her sister Khloe's split from Lamar. He was angered not only because of what the divorce did to Khloe but also because it meant that his bond with Lamar would also end.
"They called each other brother, and meant it."
"There was a lot of love there."
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