The TV personality's mother and manager Kris Jenner thinks Khloe - who has been married to Lamar since 2009 - is ''too emotional'' to take control of her life following rumours of her husband cheating with two different women while on the road as a basketball player and his alleged crack cocaine use and has opened talks with a divorce attorney.
The Kardashian matriarch is alleged to have held an emergency two-hour meeting with divorce attorney Laura Wasser - who also took care of sister Kim Kardashian's legal separation from Kris Humphries - where they discussed the pair's prenuptial agreement.
Sources told the New York Daily News newspaper: ''Kris wants Khloe to get her prenup money, plus the penalty for cheating. Kim, Kourtney (Khloe's sisters) and Kris want her to dump him. You can't live with a drug addict.''
However, Khloe - who has been spotted still wearing her wedding ring - is keen to ''save'' her husband, get him help for his alleged drug problems and work through their marital problems.
Another source said: ''She is in love and does not want a divorce.''
Kris is also concerned that Lamar may have a negative influence on her son Rob Kardashian, who lives with Khloe and Lamar.
The explained: ''He's best friends with Lamar; look at his weight fluctuations, he's unhealthy.''
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