Khloe Kardashian's fans have overstepped their boundaries, says the reality TV character whose career is based on exposing her life to the cameras.
She's been publicly stuggling to get pregnant, and she and her husband Lamar Odom have decided to let that be the theme of an episode on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
Middle sister Kim Kardashian is arguably the most famous Kardashian, first gaining notoriety for her sex tape with hip-hop singer Ray J, which ultimately snowballed her into stardom. But it seems Khloe is about to outshine her big sister since getting a hosting gig on "The X Factor" and feeding her fans' insatiable appetite to figure out what's going on with her womanhood.
On one of the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" epsidoes, Khloe learned that if she wanted to get pregnant she would probably need to go undergo in vitro fertilization. And now she is getting unwanted pregnancy tips from her fans via Twitter.
She told the Daily Mail's You magazine: ''Because of our show, people think they know me and they can tweet me anything. ''But, hello, sometimes it's so inappropriate. I mean, they're describing the positions they've, you know, actually used to get pregnant. How am I meant to respond?''
Khloe, 28, and her sisters Kim, 32, and Kourtney, 33, have become rich from their show and its spinoffs and insist that once an episode is filmed they do not edit anything out so they appear as real to their fans as possible.
Khloe said: ''We do have editing rights; we just don't use them. By the time any program airs, everything we've been through is behind us, so whatever it is, it's not such an open wound.''
She added: ''Every season is so special to us. Each is a time period where there is something we were going through that means something in our lives, no matter what it is.''
The girls rationalize that their late father, attorney Robert Kardashian, loved to take home videos, so this is essentially the same thing.
Except, of course, that they're making much more money at it.