Last week Khloé Kardashian officially filed for divorce from her husband of four years, Lamar Odom. Though it was originally reported that the couple signed an ironclad prenuptial agreement and both would walk away with what they came to the marriage with, it look like their divorce may not be that simple.
According to Us Weekly, the estranged couple’s prenuptial agreement states that Khloé is entitled to $500,000 for each year that she stayed married to Lamar, which would tally up to $2 million. On top of that, reports suggest that the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star is allowed to keep all gifts given to her by Lamar, including her $1 million 12.5 carat diamond wedding ring and their $4 million Tarzana mansion. However, while Khloé is entitled to the house, sources claim she won’t be returning there.
“She has been discreetly searching for a new place to call home,” the source revealed. “Khloé was trying to buy a house down the road from Kris Jenner’s but it didn’t work out. Somebody else placed a higher bid.”
As for that $10 million life insurance policy that everyone’s been talking about, sources say she will only remain the beneficiary until their divorce is finalized. This is definitely not as bad as Lamar having to shell out $ 7 million in cash, but it’s still fairly steep. Khloe recently took to Twitter to address her divorce filing and slam rumors that she’s been creeping around with L.A. Dodgers player Matt Kemp.