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LISTEN: Khloé Kardashian reveals Lamar Odom's infidelity secrets

15 January 2016, 08:05

Los Angeles - Khloé Kardashian claims Lamar Odom cheated on her for the "majority" of their marriage.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's divorce is currently on hold as her estranged husband recovers following a drink and drug binge at a Nevada brothel but Khloé admits she never even speculated he could be cheating on her as he was "so great at making her feel like she was the only one".

She said: "Nothing was on his cellphones, they were all on his assistant's phones so he was really crafty. I've always asked why and obviously Lamar did struggle with substance abuse.

"I do believe there's a sex addiction but I also don't know if I believe in a sex addiction that much. Lamar was so great at making me feel like I was the only one and I'm this princess. I never speculated cheating."

Despite the cheating allegations against Lamar, the 31-year-old television personality doesn't regret her marriage and insists she will always "love him dearly".

Speaking to Howard Stern on Sirius XM, she added: "I don't think I would do it again, but I don't regret what I did. I wouldn't change what I did because it was also one of the best times of my life.

"I love him dearly and I will always love him. He's had a really fucked up deck of cards dealt to him his entire life so far. Sometimes love is not enough. I can't love someone into loving me."

Listen to Khloe open up about Lamar:

- BangShowBiz


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