Khloe Kardashian Trying to Save Marriage, Critics Say Lamar Odom Wants Out

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By Myles Collier, Christian Post Contributor
September 16, 2013|4:36 pm

A new report is alleging that in the wake of cheating and drug abuse allegation,s Khloe Kardashian is working desperately to try and save her marriage to Lamar Odom.

"They're separated for the moment," an insider told People Magazine. "Khloe is spending many nights at her mom's house and Lamar is at his place [in] downtown [L.A.]"

"The whole situation is so sad," the source added. "She wants to save her marriage, but Lamar doesn't and he's not in his right mind to do so. So what can Khloe do? I believe Lamar is the one who wants out [of the marriage]. It's not looking good."

With all this negative attention around the Kardahsians, insiders are speculating that this year could be the last time a Kardashian is on television.

With contract negotiations approaching, "maintaining their brand image is paramount [right now]," branding and marketing expert Liz Goodgold told RadarOnline.com.

"[Kim, Khloe and Kourtney] really don't have anything going for them at this point," branding expert Rob Frankel told The Hollywood Gossip. "Brands are about building trust and value … The Kardashians don't care about that, they care about marketing, slapping their name on whatever they can until the interest runs out."

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"[After 2015], it's on to [Kendall and Kylie], the other acts that they've got coming up," he surmised. Kim, Khloe and Kourtney "were really a disposable property. They never had a strategy to keep that identity going for the long-term."

Hollywood publicist Michael Levine agrees, telling Radar, "They knew at some point the show was gonna end all along! And I don't think the show ever had much credibility to begin with."

 

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