Scoop: Khloé Kardashian ready to leave Lamar Odom

BAS CZERWINSKI/AFP/Getty ImagesKhloe Kardashian is reportedly ready to leave her husband

BAS CZERWINSKI/AFP/Getty ImagesKhloe Kardashian is reportedly ready to leave her husband

Though it seems like Khloe Kardashian has been perfecting “the long goodbye” all year, she finally appears ready to dump Lamar Odom.

According to TMZ, she’s been dragging her feet on the split because she doesn’t want to hurt Odom, and because she fears the rejection would send him further into his downward spiral.

The NBA star was just hit with three years’ probation for a DUI and has been hounded by rumors of drug addiction.

But the final straw allegedly came when she heard him rapping about cheating on her, with the line, “And when Khloe’s out of town I still be on the D.L.”

She has since been spotted sans wedding ring. Wow, when a Kardashian forgoes jewelry, you know it’s serious.FeaturesGossipKhloé KardashianLamar Odom

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