Khloe Kardashian has been very quiet about what exactly is going on with her marriage to Lamar Odom, but Kris Jenner just couldn't resist the temptation to talk about the topic during an interview with E! News.
According to an Oct. 4 report by E! Online, Kris acknowledged that her "strong" and "resilient" daughter is going through a very difficult time right now. "She's very sensitive and she loves really hard and she feels with all of her soul," she said. "But she also has the ability to put that game face on and go out there in the world and do what she needs to do."
The words "she loves really hard" make it sound like Khloe Kardashian isn't ready to give up on Lamar Odom just yet, so maybe she's holding off of on getting a divorce. However, according to Us Weekly, Khloe and Lamar have been living apart for months. They recently met up to talk, but one source thinks that there's little chance of the couple reconciling anytime soon because of Lamar's drug use and infidelity.
TMZ is also reporting that the meeting between Khloe and Lamar took a nasty turn when Lamar refused to go to rehab, and things got even worse when Khloe found a bag that contained a pipe and a substance that looked like crack. According to TMZ's sources, Khloe said that the drugs were the "last straw."
But poor Khloe is in a very difficult position right now. She might be angry and hurt by Lamar's actions, but this is man that she probably still loves somewhat. Because of her lingering feelings, Khloe could be afraid to send Lamar on a downward spiral by divorcing him—after all, if he tries to drown his sorrows with drugs, he could end up paying the ultimate price. As Cory Monteith's death recently proved, addiction is a dangerous and deadly disease that can be very difficult to overcome.
So do you think that Khloe should kick Lamar to the curb and risk the consequences, or should she continue to try to help him? She has a large family to help her recover if she decides to go through with divorcing Lamar, but Khloe might be the only person in the NBA player's life who cares enough to help him.