Khloe Kardashian is reportedly ignoring her estranged husband Lamar Odom after it was claimed that they were open to reconciling.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, 29, filed for divorce from her husband of four-years in December in the wake of cheating rumors and while he has expressed his desire to save his marriage, she is said to be intent on ending the marriage. In recent weeks Kardashian has been photographed spending time with rapper French Montana, which sparked romance reports.
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"She's been refusing to take his calls lately," a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Khloe is out in public with new guys all over them and it is killing Lamar," the insider explained.
Kardashian has been spotted with French, born Karim Kharbouch, all week - most recently at Cecconi's in Los Angeles on Thursday. Just one day prior an online video of the pair intimately embracing went viral which prompted warnings from French's estranged wife.
Deen Kharbouch, who shares a child with the rapper, 29, said that "things are not what they seem" when it comes to her estranged husband before telling Kardashian "to be careful," according to Life&Style magazine.
Meanwhile Odom, who was forced to quit Spanish basketball team Laboral Kutxa due to injury last month just weeks after signing a two-month contract, reportedly wants Kardashian back. He was accused of being unfaithful during his marriage to the E! star, however, he never publicly addressed infidelity reports.
"Yeah, he was totally with other women [first], but he doesn't want Khloe to shove it in his face that she is moving on. Lamar is jealous and gets mad when she refuses to talk to him," the insider said.
Kardashian and Odom's marital woes are being played out on the family's hit reality TV show. The reality star recently spoke out about the situation, revealing that she is still coming to terms with the breakdown of her marriage. The pair wed in 2009, just one month after meeting.
"It's definitely not anything I'm through. I'm going through it, but I'm not through it," she told Australia's 2Day FM breakfast radio show.
"It's really hard to watch yourself on TV," she said of her reality show. "It's definitely different in that the world has to watch, too ... It's definitely not the easiest thing to do, but it's what my life is."