It has been almost 10 months since Khloe Kardashian filled for divorce from Lamar Odom and she is still having a hard time letting go. The fact that Lamar still wont sign the papers makes it hard for Khloe to have closure and according to ‘US Weekly’, Khloe is really struggling.
Despite Khloe Kardashian‘s effort to move on, she cannot seem to get Lamar Odom off her mind. The 30-year-old reality star “still loves Lamar”, according to a family source in US Weekly magazine. Will she ever be able to move on?
Lamar Obom & Khloe Kardashian Relashionship — Her Struggle To Let Him Go
During a recent business trip to Dubai, Khloe was on the prowl and hoping to meet an eligible bachelor. According to a family source in US Weekly, “She was saying there wasn’t one cute, straight boy in sight.”
She is desperate for a distraction from thinking about her ex, Lamar. Khloe filled for divorce from Lamar last December and is still trying to get over him. “He refuses to sign divorce papers,” the source said. “Without an official divorce, there’s no closure for her.”
According the US, Lamar wont sign the papers because he is still hoping for a reconciliation. Unfortunately for him, Khloe knows that wont happen. “She gets very emotional when he’s doing bad things. there’s a part of her that cant let go and wishes he could change, but she realizes he won’t,” the source explained.
Not only is Khloe struggling with letting Lamar go, but she is also dealing with his relationship with Bruce! Apparently, Bruce confided in Lamar about his new relationship with Ronda Kamihira, which he kept from his family!
“On one hand, Khloe’s pissed at Lamar for not giving her the heads up on the relationship, so she could then confront Bruce about the situation and calm things down before it got to the press,” a source close to Khloe told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “But, more importantly, Khloe respects Lamar’s loyalty to Bruce. That, she feels, is more important. Loyalty!”
Do you think Khloe will ever truly get over Lamar, HollywoodLifers? Comment below!
— Shira Benozilio