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Khloe and Lamar divorce rumors continue following mistress testimony

Posted By VERONICA LINARES, UPI.com   |   Aug. 14, 2013 at 11:28 AM
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Rumors that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's relationship is on the rocks have been reinforced by the testimony of an alleged mistress of the basketball star.

Polina Polonsky, an attorney, recently passed a lie detector test on her claim that she and Odom carried out a six-week affair over the summer.

According to Polonsky the affair began on June 2, the night of Kim Kardashian's baby shower and the last night the couple was seen together.

Polonsky told Star magazine she thought Kardashian and Odom were no longer together because he was staying at the Los Angeles Roosevelt Hotel when they hooked up.

“I was under the impression that he had left Khloe. He acted completely available and we definitely had a mutual attraction,” the counselor told the magazine. “After we had sex, Lamar stayed the night with me; the next day we went back to the Roosevelt."

She added that the two stayed in the hotel for the next couple of nights.

Later on June 13, Polonsky reportedly had an encounter with Khloe Kardashian, as the reality TV star showed up to the room she was sharing with Odom at the Vagabond Inn.

“I told her to leave, but she refused. I called the front desk and asked them to call the police because I was so scared, but no one ever came,” she said. “While Khloe was screaming outside the door, Lamar was calling people to come and get her. She was out of control.

“The whole scene was so frightening — and I couldn’t understand why we were hiding, because he made it clear that he didn’t want to be with her!”

Polonsky claims that since meeting Kardashian, the former "X Factor" host has been crying hysterically, investigating her loved ones, and even tried to attack her.

“I want my story to be made public,” she said, adding that she felt sorry for Kardashian.

“It’s really, really sad, because she loves him so much.”

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