Khloe Kardashian Avoided Pregnancy Due To Marriage Problems

Posted: Jan 24 2014, 10:43pm CST | by , in Other Stuff


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Khloe Kardashian avoided pregnancy due to marriage problems
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Kim Kardashian: Khloe wasn't trying to get pregnant.

Kim Kardashian showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday and revealed some interesting truths about her sister Khloe.

It has been widely publicized that Khloe and her ex-husband Lamar Odom had fertility issues. Prior to their divorce in December last year, the couple's fertility problems became a storyline on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

But according to Kim, her sister intentionally avoided pregnancy because of Lamar Odom's troubles - cheating scandals, charges of driving under the influence (DUI), and drug abuse.

"For so long everyone in our family was feeling so sad for Khloe, thinking that she wasn't getting pregnant and everyone around her was. And the whole time she wasn't trying," she told Jimmy Kimmel.

Kim also revealed that her sister stopped showing up for doctor appointments. "She just knew it wasn't right," Kim added.

The 33-year old actress also clarified her comments on Twitter saying, ""I'm so tired of people twisting my words, Khloe did start fertility and she wanted to have a baby, but I believe in the middle of the process she realized timing wasn't good based on what was going on with her relationship. She was not ready to tell us everything so she stopped treatment without telling us."

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