Khloe Kardashian Files for Divorce from Lamar Odom After Intervention: Keeping Up with the Kardashians Mid-Season Finale

Entertainment Mar. 10, 2014 AT 9:50AM
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Well, that was intense. Khloe Kardashian's marriage to Lamar Odom came to an end late last year -- and Keeping Up with the Kardashian's cameras were there to capture Khloe's painful decision. The emotional Sunday, March 9 mid-season finale peaked when Khloe, back from a promotional trip to Dubai, returns to her home in Tarazana, Calif. -- where sisters Kim and Kourtney and her pal Malika Haqq are waiting for her.

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Quickly realizing her loved ones have staged an intervention of sorts to convince her to finally divorce Odom -- whose infidelity and drug problems had then reached a head -- Khloe tears up. "It's something I thought I'd never have to do," says Khloe, who hadn't seen her husband for two months at that point. "It's not fair - it's not fair that this is even something anyone has to go through."

Also beginning to cry, Kim, 33, assures her: "But you don't have to go through it alone. . . You've done every last thing that a person can do. I just don't want you to put your life on hold when you have already for so long." Earlier in the chat, Kim explained, "We're all sad, we all love Lamar so much. I just hate as your sister seeing you stuck in this place not making a decision when nothing's changing."

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She added of NBA star Odom: "He's choosing this other life over the life you've given him. But that's going to have to be his bag. He's going to have to wake with himself and realize that he gave up everything."

"It just sucks when you’ve given so much and you realize it still wasn't good enough for someone," Khloe continues. "You can't help but take it personal."

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Finally, in a later scene, it's revealed that Khloe filed her papers. "It just sucks. I definitely feel guilty. It's definitely f***ed - it's not a good feeling at all."

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