Conflicting stories surface about Lamar Odom

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Not only are Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom reality TV stars — their own real lives have become more convoluted and bizarre than almost anything seen in the Kardashians’ carefully orchestrated (and edited) “reality” programming.

The couple’s troubled marriage — marking it’s fourth anniversary Friday — has recently been rocked by the NBA player’s alleged addiction to drugs, plus reports of frequent infidelity.

Sources close to the Kardashians continue to insist Khloe’s controlling mother and family brand manager — Kris Jenner — is still convinced her daughter would be better off if she finally divorced Odom.

“Even though Lamar has done all that pro-Kardashian tweeting, and denounced his estranged father Joe Odom’s crazy comments about them — Kris, plus Khloe’s sisters, still think she needs to move on, withoug Lamar.

†That said, E! News quoted a source claiming the Kardashians are hopeful Odom is “finally on the right track,” in the wake of his tweets claiming the family are “the ONLY ones that have been here consistently 4 me during this dark time.”

†Conflicting tales about Odom surfaced Thursday. E! News reported the pro hoopster looked “great and healthy” within the past few days, while TMZ cited sources claiming Odom had been holed up at a “crack house” in the L.A. area with a buddy and two women.

Clearly this real-life soap opera is far from over.

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