Khloe Kardashian has allowed her cheating husband, Lamar Odom to move back into their home. Could this be the first step in an unexpected reconciliation for the estranged couple?
According to a source, neighbors saw Odom, 33 driving into the gated community Monday afternoon where he and Khloe live. The source who is close to the couple confirmed that Odom was still at their home on Tuesday afternoon.
Returning back to their multi-million dollar mansion in Tarzana, Calf., comes on the heels of Odom’s ultimatum to Kardashian. Lamar Odom told his wife of four years, Khloe Kardashian that if she didn’t allow him to move back into their home he was going to file for divorce.
The source said that Odom threatened Khloe saying, “Let me move back into the house or I am going to file for divorce.” Khloe threw Lamar out of their house after not one but two women came forward claiming to have had recent affairs with the NBA forward.
The source said that Khloe had been “refusing to let Lamar even set foot in the house right now” and he had been forced to move into a hotel. Odom however, was “tired of living in hotels” which is what prompted him to issue the ultimatum to Khloe.
Prior to returning home, on Monday afternoon, his teammates from the Los Angeles Clippers, a few of his former teammates from the Los Angeles Lakers and his agent Jeff Schwartz held a failed intervention at a Los Angeles hotel. All of the men who were at the intervention had all but begged Odom to seek treatment for his addition to OxyContin.
A source that was at the intervention said that it seemed like Odom was under the influence of something at the intervention. “There was a bit of time it appeared that Lamar was going to admit publicly his addiction and go to rehab, again. But then, he abruptly bolted from the hotel and left the premises.”
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