The Kardashians are in the news again. And it's not for any affairs, clothing brands or sex tapes but over an allegation made by Robert Kardashian's widow, Ellen. According to In Touch, Ellen who married Robert just before he died in 2003 has found his diaries which talk about how Kris Jenner was a horrible mother.
But Kim and Khloe have come to Jenner's rescue claiming that these allegations are false. "So my dad's ex is selling ridiculous stories again to tabloids! Do not believe it! Sad when people need $ & get desperate," the reality star tweeted. "10 yrs since dad passed &this woman he married 4 2 wks before he died needs 2 get a job instead of trying 2 destroy families w fake stories," she added.
Khloe too took to the social networking site to vent out her anger and said, "How can such a piece of trash even mention my fathers name! You married him on his death bed while he was not even aware of his surroundings. You should be hiding in shame for all of the lies you sell to tabloids!! You have no right to even mention our names especially my mothers! We don't know you!!! How dare you spread such lies! You are a disgrace."
Jenner is said to have abused Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob when they were kids. "Kris was kicking and beating her and said she was going to kill [Kim]!" Robert noted in his diary, according to the magazine. "Kim was hysterical."
Jenner was often seen bonding with her daughters in the reality show, "Keeping up with the Kardashians" and Khloe and Kourtney had even spoken about how their mom was extremely loving and supportive of them, especially Kim.
Ellen, who has access to these diaries, told the magazine that they were authentic diaries that belonged to the lawyer. "These are authentic handwritten journals I have shared, that my late husband Robert Kardashian so carefully wrote during 1989 and 1990 at a most trying and touching time of his life. They are my personal possessions and he left them to me on his passing."
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