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Khloe Kardashian Not Abandoned By Family: They’re Giving Her Advice On Lamar Odom Nonstop

Fri, October 16, 2015 12:00am EDT by Chris Rogers 8 Comments

Just because Khloe Kardashian’s mom and sisters flew back home to Los Angeles on Oct. 15 doesn’t mean they abandoned her at the hospital with Lamar Odom. In fact, Kris and Caitlyn Jenner are constantly keeping in touch with Khloe and giving her invaluable advice.

We were initially stunned to see Khloe Kardashian‘s mom, Kris Jenner, 59, and sisters Kim Kardashian, 34,  Kourtney Kardashian, 36, and Kylie Jenner, 18, flying home to Los Angeles on Oct. 15, while she remained at Lamar Odom‘s bedside all by her lonesome. However, has EXCLUSIVELY learned there’s a reasons America’s First Family left the Las Vegas hospital. Plus, Khloe’s not along — she’s constantly getting advice from her mom and stepdad, Caitlyn Jenner.

They are not abandoning her — they are all coming back. They went home and are dealing with their responsibilities, getting clothes, seeing the kids and grandkids and coming back out. They will not leave Khloe to deal with this alone,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.

“Meanwhile, Khloe has been getting advice from Kris and Caitlyn nonstop. She’s getting lots of love and support from both of them. Kris has also had Khloe consult with their family attorney as well as getting second opinions from their family doctor. Everyone is supporting her,” our source adds.

As previously reported, Khloe’s family was pictured leaving Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas on Oct. 15, two days after Lamar was admitted. Before that, he was found unconscious and bleeding at a brothel in Nevada. Drug use is suspected to have caused the incident, and Lamar’s chance at survival is not looking good, claims TMZ.

We certainly hope the Kardashians return to the hospital soon, as Khloe can use all the support she can get.

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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Tim Plant