Hell hath no fury like a Kardashian wronged. Khloe Kardashian may be a regular in the tabloid realm, but the youngest Kardashian sister put her foot down Wednesday, Jan. 16, after the most recent flurry of false reporting.
"It is disgusting that Life & Style and InTouch magazine continue to print these false stories about my life: the status of my marriage, false reports about a miscarriage, the horrible lie that my dad is not my biological father, jealousy over my sisters' lives, etc," she began.
"It is a complete waste of time to address these reports every time they print these ridiculous and absurd tabloid stories, but not only are these stories untrue, they're also unfair to the people who buy the magazine expecting to read accurate reports."
The X Factor host and the basketball player famously pulled the plug on their E! reality series Khloe & Lamar last May, explaining that they needed time away from the reality cameras to focus on their lives and careers.
"Our show is not cancelled," Kardashian told Entertainment Tonight at the time. "Lamar and I have chosen to take a break this summer. We've been on a whirlwind doing back-to-back shows, and we just want to take a little time off for Lamar to be with family time, kids, basketball, Olympics -- you never know. So, we have a lot on our plate right now."
Khloe also addressed rumors that she has been "devastated" about not being able to have a baby with Odom.
"Anyone who pays attention to these things can easily see the incredible bond that everyone in my family shares," she wrote on her blog. "I'm happily married to a wonderful man and fall in love with him more and more each day, and we'll have a baby when god wants us to and when the time is right. These blatant lies are distasteful and shameless."
"She's just like, 'You know what, it's going to happen. Whatever's meant to be will be. I don't have the time for it right now, so…'" newly pregnant Kim told Us. "She was saying to me the other day, she was like, 'I'm so glad it's you. I'm not ready. I don't have the time.' So it's perfect."
Khloe later took to her Twitter to further share her thoughts on the situation.
"People say the truth hurts, but the truth is not what makes the tabloids money," she wrote. "I will admit, the false might cut a little deeper. At least the truth I can respect and grow from."