Ex-Stepmothers: Khloé Isn’t Robert Kardashian’s Daughter

by | January 11, 2012 at 1:46 PM | Celebrity

Khloé Kardashian (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)

Khloé Kardashian’s ex-stepmoms have come forward with an explosive revelation.

RadarOnline.com reports that Jan Ashley, the woman Robert Kardashian married after divorcing Kris Jenner, claims Robert told her that Khloé isn’t his biological daughter.

“Khloé is not his kid — he told me that after we got married,” Ashley, 63, told Star magazine.

“He just kind of looked at me and said [it] like it was a matter of fact. He said, ‘Well, you know that Khloé’s not really a Kardashian, don’t you?’ And I said…’OK,’ and that was it.”

Ashley has the support of Robert’s other ex-wife, 63-year-old Ellen Kardashian, who married the late lawyer just two months before his death from esophageal cancer in 2003.

“Khloé brought it up all the time,” she said. “She looked nothing like the rest. She was tall, had a different shape, light hair, curly hair. Didn’t look anything like the other three children.”

The shocking revelation comes just months after Kris Jenner admitted in a new book that she had several affairs during her 12-year marriage to Robert.

“Robert did question the fact that Khloe was his,” Ellen said. “Any normal man would if they knew their wife had cheated on him.”

“[But] he never would have considered a DNA test,” Ellen added. “He loved her very much.”

The question of Khloé’s paternity has been a much-talked about issue on the family’s reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

In one episode, 27-year-old Khloé becomes convinced that she is not related to her siblings, prompting her to ask her mother for a DNA test.

Despite her own documented doubts, Khloé is upset that her ex-stepmothers are speaking out.

“The audacity you have to mention my father’s name like this! Should be ashamed of urself! I let a lot of things slide but this one is really low… YOU ARE DISGUSTING! (yes you know who YOU are),” she posted on Twitter.

 

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