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Khloe Kardashian Drops Lamar Odom's Last Name From Twitter Account
Khloe Kardashian and her husband, Lamar Odom, have seen some rocky times lately. Odom was arrested for driving under the influence after being pulled over on the 101 whilst cruising overly slowly, and it has since come out that he may have a problem with crack.
As they work the details out of their relationship, Kardashian has taken a bold step: The reality star dropped her husband's last name from her Twitter account (gasssppp).
The move happens to coincide with the couple's fourth wedding anniversary, reports Us Weekly.
Kardashian hasn't made any kind of formal announcement regarding her marriage, but she has been posting cryptic messages on social media to keep everyone paying attention, as reality starts are wont to do. For instance, on September 25, she tweeted:
I shouldn't be surprised anymore. SMH— Khloé (@khloekardashian) September 26, 2013
And on September 22, she posted the following photo to Instagram, with the caption "Beauty is mysterious as well as terrible. God and devil are fighting there, and the battlefield is the heart.":
Time will tell what's next for the couple.
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