Khloé Kardashian’s biographyKhloé Kardashian is a media persona, actress, and entrepreneur who developed a cult following through being a significant part of a reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians as well as a couple of spin-offs (including Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, Dash Dolls, Khloé & Lamar, and Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons). The businesswoman also participated in a television series competing to win money for a charitable organization, The Celebrity Apprentice, hosted by Donald Trump. She is also involved in the fashion industry alongside her sisters and owns several clotheslines.
Childhood and adolescenceThe future mega-celebrity was born on the 27th of July, 1984, in Los Angeles, to a socialite and homemaker Kris Jenner (née Houghton) and Robert Kardashian, an attorney, and a businessman. Robert was of Armenian ancestry while Kris has English, Scottish, Irish, German, and Dutch blood in her veins. Khloé has a younger brother Rob and two older sisters, Kourtney and Kim. From a very young age, the girl considered herself to be “an ugly duckling” and was very self-conscious and unconfident. That is why she eagerly turned to plastic surgery when she grew older, hoping it would help her to get rid of her insecurities.
Claim to fameStarting from 2003, the youngest of the Kardashian sisters could be seen on TV screens nationwide – she made an appearance on Tyra Banks’ interactive competition America's Next Top Model and was a part of practical joke reality TV series Punk’d, reality game show The Celebrity Apprentice, police procedural and legal drama Law and Order: LA and many others.
She amassed an unbelievable number of followers on her social media and began endorsing different products (varying from Coca-Cola and makeup to weight-loss supplements and waist trainers). She reportedly gets $75 thousand for one post (as of 2016). In 2012, Khloé was one of the people named in a $5 million lawsuit against Windmill Health Products and QuickTrim (the products the Kardashian sisters promoted) for false and deceptive marketing of the diet aid.
Personal lifeKhloé’s private life is far from boring. In 2009, she met Lamar Odom, who was a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and a two-time NBA champion at the time, at a party for Odom's teammate Metta World Peace. He was also a drug addict.
In 2019, he reportedly cheated on Khloé once again with Kylie’s best friend, Jordyn Woods. That was the last straw that resulted in a hugely publicized scandal. Although the couple reunited for True’s first birthday party, Khloé stated that she has no desire to reconcile with a serial cheater and liar. In 2020, according to insider.com, Khloé Kardashian still forgave Tristan - they began to appear together again at family holidays. Khloé also talked about her plans to have a second child.