Khloe Kardashian Divorce Could Cost Lamar Odom Big Due To Infidelity Clause In Their Prenuptial Agreement


Despite Kris Jenner, the Kardashian matriarch, refuting rumors that daughter Khloe Kardashian’s marriage to Lamar Odom is on the rocks, sources close to the 29-year-old told the media that Kardashian is contemplating filing for divorce.

According to Life & Style magazine, Kardashian is “humiliated and p***ed off” with Odom after two women came out saying they had affairs with the Los Angeles Clippers player.

“With both mistresses coming out, she can’t handle much more,” a friend told Life & Style. “If more women come forward, she will do it.” Another source told the magazine that the cheating rumors have worn Kardashian down, and there's a chance she might soon file for divorce.

If Kardashian decides to end the marriage, it will cost Odom quite a bit financially.

According to Life & Style, the couple has a strong infidelity clause in their prenuptial agreement, and if it's proven that Odom cheated on her, Kardashian, who is said to be worth $18 million, will get $500,000 for each year they were wed, in addition to allowances for spousal support and shopping.

The couple, who have been married four years, jointly own a $500,000 Rolls Royce, a $140,000 Porsche Panamera, and Kardashian’s $850,000 engagement ring, which will be divided equally if they get divorced, the Life & Style report noted.

Rumors that Odom cheated on Kardashian started last month with a Star magazine report claiming the basketball player was in a year-long affair with Jennifer Richardson, someone whom Odom is said to have met at a strip club.

Three weeks after that report, Polina Polonsky, a California lawyer, came out saying that she, too, had had an affair with Odom for six weeks, and she passed a polygraph test to prove her claims.

“I was under the impression that he had left Khloe, and that’s why he was living at the Roosevelt [Hotel, in L.A.],” Polonsky told Star. “He acted completely available and we definitely had a mutual attraction.”

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