Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom Lash Out At Paparazzi Following Cheating Rumors

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REUTERS/Jim YoungKhloe Kardashian attends a ceremony honoring the 2009 NBA basketball champions Los Angeles Lakers

Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom recently lashed out at the paparazzi hours after reports of an alleged cheating scandal surfaced.

On Wednesday two US tabloids claimed the NBA star, 33, cheated on Kardashian, 29, with a woman by the name of Jennifer Richardson. It was alleged that Kardashian, who has been married to Odom for three years, kicked him out of their Los Angeles home after learning about the rumored tryst however a source insisted the reports are false.

"They're more in love than ever," a source told MailOnline "Khloe did not kick Omar out of the house, they are 100% fine."

Kardashian, who is no stranger to Twitter rants, characteristically took to the social networking site to vent her outrage after a paparazzi photographer allegedly went to extreme measures to photograph the couple shortly after the cheating reports surfaced.

"wow can't believe a paparazzi snuck into our gated area and violated our private property!!!!" Kardashian tweeted July 10.

"This becomes stalking at some point!!!!! Its wild!!!! #F---ThePaps," another tweet read.

Odom, who was visibly enraged over the cheating rumors surfaced, reportedly lashed out at the paparazzi by smashing the photographer's car, camera and camera gear in Hollywood. He is also accused of smashing another photographer's car with a metal bar and placing camera gear in his trunk.

One of the photographers reportedly filed a police report for vandalism after video footage of the incident went viral on social networking sites.

"F--- the papz!!!!! You f------ losers!!!!! But shout out to my hubby for posing with the fans! I love my Lam!" Kardashian proudly tweeted after the incident occurred.

In May Kardashian's younger brother Rob was charged with battery and petty theft charges stemming from a similar incident involving a paparazzi photographer in March. In June the charges were dropped.