Khloe Kardashian has taken to her Twitter account to label for late father Robert Kardashian's wife Ellen a ''piece of trash''.
Khloe Kardashian blasted her late father's wife as a ''piece of trash''.
Ellen Kardashian - who married Khloe's dad Robert before he died in 2003 following a battle with cancer - claims to have found old diaries belonging to the late lawyer which slam his former wife Kris Jenner as a terrible mother to their kids Khloe, Kim, Kourtney and Rob.
However, Khloe took to her Twitter account on Thursday (24.01.13) to blast Ellen for her claims.
Khloe tweeted: ''How can such a piece of trash even mention my father's name. You married him on his death bed when he was not even aware of his surroundings.
''You should be hiding in shame for all of the lies you sell to the tabloids.
''You have no right to even mention our names especially my mothers! We don't know you!!! How dare you spread such lies! You are a disgrace.
''10 years after my fathers passing & now that she has filed for bankruptcy...NOW she sells FALSE stories. Hope that money buys you water in hell (sic).''
Kim, 31 - who is expecting her first child with Kanye West - also blasted Ellen, tweeting: ''10 yrs since dad passed & this woman he married 4 2 wks before he died needs to get a job instead of trying to destroy my family w fake stories.''
Kourtney's boyfriend Scott Disick tried to add some levity to the situation after Ellen claimed Kris tried to beat and threatened Kim.
He wrote: ''She's def threatened to kill me, but who hasn't.''
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