Khloe Kardashian allegedly freaked out after hearing rumours Lamar Odom may have overdosed on Thursday (12.09.13) but reiterated her ultimatum that he cannot return to their home unless he gets treatment once she confirmed he was okay.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star, who reportedly kicked her husband out of their mansion in Calabasas, California, recently after he refused to seek help in rehab, was terrified when speculation began circulating on Thursday (12.09.13) that the former Los Angeles Clippers star, 33, had overdosed on crack cocaine and was dying.
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the 29-year-old beauty ''panicked'' and repeatedly called Lamar but kept getting his voice mail.
She also called all of his close friends before she finally got to speak to her husband, who assured her that he was fine.
The insider said that as soon as Khloe knew the rumour was false, she pulled back and reiterated her tough love ultimatum that he could not come home unless he gets treatment for his problem.
A source told HollywoodLife.com that Khloe, who allegedly hid Lamar's drug problem for two years, desperately wants to reconcile with her husband of four years but is trying to stay strong even though it is causing problems between her and her own family, including her mother Kris Jenner.
The source said: ''Kris and Khloe are fighting over whether or not to include Lamar's drug problems on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'. Khloe is 100 percent against it, and Kris is all for it. It's so sad for Khloe right now because her number one priority is helping Lamar get clean.''
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