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Khloé Kardashian: 2015 was the worst year of my life!

27 November 2015, 09:02

Los Angeles - Khloé Kardashian claims 2015 was the "worst year of her life".

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star admits she would rather forget the year that has seen her contract a staph infection after holding a bedside vigil by her estranged husband Lamar Odom's bedside after he was rushed to hospital following a drink and drug binge.

When a fan tweeted her to say, "except with the whole Lamar thing 2015 was good to you Khloe. You hot asf (sic)", she tweeted back: "hands down worst year of my life lol (sic)".

However, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the 31-year-old beauty as it was recently revealed she is recovering well from her illness and the 36-year-old basketball star is making good progress, too.

One source said: "Khloe is still sick with the staph infection and hasn't visited Lamar recently.

Also Read: Khloe Kardashian reveals Lamar Odom was given four hours to live

"She's doing a little bit better, but no one can say when she will be able to visit him considering she can't until she's 100 percent fully healed."

Of Lamar, Khloé shared recently: "Lamar is actually doing great compared to where he was. It was not looking good from where we started. But at this moment he is not on any machines to keep him alive anymore. His kidneys are recovered and all of his organs are pretty much recovered.

"It's more his brain is still affected and physically he has to learn how to walk again and he is learning how to feed himself again."

- BangShowBiz


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