Khloé Kardashian hinted she isn't completely over her split from Lamar Odom just hours after he was denied access to a West Hollywood nightclub where her new boyfriend, French Montana, was the special guest.
Khloé Kardashian isn't completely over her split from Lamar Odom.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star hinted she is still struggling to move on from her estranged husband, just hours after he was denied access to a West Hollywood nightclub where she was partying with her new boyfriend, French Montana, who was making a special guest appearance.
The 29-year-old beauty wrote on Twitter on Wednesday (14.05.14): ''Still hurts... Maybe it always will''
She posted the cryptic message after Lamar, 34, was turned away from the Los Angeles hotspot Penthouse on Tuesday night (13.05.14) by French's bodyguards, because they feared the NBA star would start a fight with the Moroccan-born rapper, real name Karim Kharbouch.
An E! camera crew from Khloé's reality show captured the entire incident on film sparking rumours Lamar is still under contract with the network, but a spokesperson for the club told gossip website TMZ.com that Lamar's rejection was not a set-up for the series and they merely wanted to avoid a possible altercation between Lamar and French.
An eyewitness also told E! News Lamar was seen walking by the black Range Rover in which Khloé and French were having a conversation after he was rejected.
Minutes later the new couple entered the club and French tweeted a picture of him inside with Khloé's older sister, Kim Kardashian, with the caption: ''Shout out to my BFF @kimkardashian for coming out tonight party was turnt up (sic).''
Khloé began dating French, 29, last month after filing for divorce from Lamar in early December, following months of rumours he was addicted to cocaine and cheated on her with multiple women.
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