Khloe Kardashian doesn’t think it’s a good idea for brother Rob Kardashian to hang out with her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, given his alleged issues with substance abuse. But does Khloe think Lamar is to blame for Rob’s own issues? Let us fill you in.
Khloe Kardashian is the thread that holds the entire Kardashian clan together. So, it comes as no surprise that she’s skeptical of Rob Kardashian‘s relationship with her ex, Lamar Odom. But does the reality television star really feel that her ex is to blame for Rob’s partying? A source exclusive to HollywoodLife.com revealed all behind the messy situation. Details below!
Khloe Kardashian On Lamar Odom & Rob Relationship: Is Lamar To Blame For Issues?
We’re told that Khloe, 30, isn’t too keen on Lamar, 34, hanging around Rob, 27. Be that as it may, we’ve also learned that Khloe doesn’t suspect Lamar has anything to do with Rob and his demons.
“That hasn’t crossed her mind,” a source close to the situation EXCLUSIVELY reveals to HollywoodLife.com. “She doesn’t even want to open that idea up in her head because it will lead her to mental destruction.
“If that were the case, she’d strangle Lamar,” the source explains.
Why Khloe Kardashian Wants Rob Kardashian To Get Well Soon
Khloe has been freaking out over the lack of communication she’s recently been having with Rob. It’s causing her to stress herself out because she doesn’t want to experience the same abandonment with Rob as she did with Lamar.
“It would push her over the edge, entirely,” the source continued explaining. “She would hope that Lamar would have been a beacon of support for Rob since he’s already had problems.
“She doesn’t want to relive that ugly period of her life that she had with Lamar, when he was going missing for days on end.
“All she wants is for Rob to tell her what is wrong so she can rally behind him and support him.”
Tell us what you think, HollywoodLifers! Would you want your ex to be that close to your brother like Lamar is to Rob, especially given Lamar’s alleged issues? Let us know.
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