Facts about Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian Biography
Famous for being famous, Khloe Kardashian is one of the stars of the E! Online show Keeping Up With the Kardashians. She appears on the show with her better-known sister, Kim Kardashian, and their older sister Kourtney; Khloe is the self-described “fat, funny one” and is also the youngest of the three sisters. (She’s also the tallest by far: “Kourtney is 5’0″ and Kimberly is 5’2″, and I’m 5’10”,” she told PR.com in a 2009 interview.) Their father was Robert Kardashian, one of O.J. Simpson‘s attorneys during his notorious 1995 murder trial. Kim Kardashian became famous as a friend of socialite Paris Hilton, and Khloe and Kourtney rode to TV fame on their sister’s coattails when Keeping Up debuted in October of 2007. E! Online gave the two lesser Kardashians their own show, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, in 2009. Khloe also appeared on the Donald Trump–hosted show The Celebrity Apprentice in 2009. She and her sisters also opened DASH, a clothing boutique with stores in Calabasas, California and Miami, Florida. She shocked wedding-watchers worldwide on 27 September 2009, when she married Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom in Los Angeles, one month after meeting him. She changed her name to Khloe Kardashian Odom, but filed for divorce late in 2013. The marriage was not yet officially dissolved when Odom was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel and fell into a coma. The couple then withdrew the divorce papers during his recovery and remained married. She published a self-help and fitness memoir, Strong Looks Better Naked, in 2015.
Khloe Kardashian’s mother Kris divorced Robert Kardashian in 1989, and in 1991 married Bruce Jenner, the gold medalist in the decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics. They were divorced in 2015, the year that Jenner transitioned to her female identity as Caitlyn Jenner… Khloe was arrested and convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol in 2007; she was sentenced to up to 30 days in jail in 2008 after violating the terms of her 3-year probation, but served only 3 hours before being released due to jail overcrowding.