Khloé Kardashian has admitted she feels like her soul is being tortured just days after she filed for divorce from her estranged husband, Lamar Odom.
Khloé Kardashian feels like her soul is being tortured following her split from Lamar Odom.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has hit back at rumours she has already moved on from her estranged husband, whom for filed for divorce from last Friday (13.12.13), with baseball star, Matt Kemp, and insisted she is devastated that her four-year marriage is over.
The 29-year-old beauty addressed the speculation for the first time on Twitter today (18.12.13), and tweeted: ''This, in and of itself, is heart breaking and torture to my soul. Please, I don't need the extra rumours and BS (Bulls**t) right now. (sic)''
The reality TV star was recently spotted going to the gym in Los Angeles with Matt, who previously dated Rihanna, but a source told People.com that they are ''just friends'' and neighbours.
The insider added: ''Khloé is absolutely heartbroken right now [over Lamar] and dating someone is the last thing she's thinking about.''
Khloé, who is worth $18 million, cited ''irreconcilable differences'' in papers to end her marriage to Lamar, following rumours that he is addicted to cocaine and cheated on her with other women.
She is not seeking spousal support from the former LA Clippers player, who has an estimated fortune of $100 million, and has requested that Odom be legally removed from her last name.
But a source told Us Weekly magazine that the former couple's prenuptial agreement will enable Khloe to keep their $4 million home in Tarzana, California, her $1 million engagement ring, and she will also be awarded a $2 million cash payout.
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