Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian still in relationship while helping Odom

KHLOÉ Kardashian and James Harden are "trying to work on their relationship."

The 31-year-old reality TV star, who insists she has no plans to rekindle her relationship with troubled husband Lamar Odom despite recently calling off their divorce, started dating the Houston Rockets player four months ago and hopes they can stay together while she supports Lamar during his recovering.

A source close to the couple, who were recently rumoured to have put their romance on hold, told Us Weekly magazine: "Khloé and James are trying to stay in each other's lives. Each day is something different, but they're trying to see if they can still be together."

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' beauty, who first filed for divorce from Lamar, 35, in December 2013, rushed to be by his side after he was found unconscious at a brothel in Nevada following a drug and alcohol-fuelled binge on October 13, 2015 and has been helping doctors make medical decisions on his behalf even since then.

But she claims NBA star James, 26, has been very understanding.

She told the new issue of PEOPLE magazine: "James has been very supportive and awesome. He's been great with me.

"His season is starting. And I'm just allowing everything to unfold. If it's ever too overwhelming [for him], then I understand that as well."

The blonde beauty hit back on Twitter today (28.10.15) after being criticised for giving an interview about Lamar while his condition remains serious and insists most of it took place before he was hospitalised, adding: "Shame on you all for thinking the worst of me. It's been a tough few weeks. I don't need your f**ked up energy!

"Know the facts before you throw stones."



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