If Khlodom splits, he keeps the house, his money.
Newly revealed details of the prenuptial agreement Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom signed—nearly three weeks after their September 2009 wedding—show that if the endless love that is Khlodom comes to an end, Lamar will keep not just his Lakers salary ($33 million over the next four years) but also the $4 million Tarzana, Calif., house he bought for them to live in. Sounds like Khloe's lawyer dropped the ball, yes?
TMZ reports that Khloe signed papers to acknowledge that the seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house is Lamar's "sole and separate property" in the event that they split up, and that she'll have 30 days to vacate the residence in that case. The house, which Lamar bought in November, has a pool, gym, home theater, steam room, and parking for 15 cars, which ought to come in handy when it becomes the production headquarters for E!'s next reality show, Khloe Kardashian Kounts Her Kash. Is Khloe Kardashian's Marriage A Lie?
As we reported earlier, if the marriage ends, Khloe also gets a lump sum payment for each year of the marriage. The deal doesn't include Laker tickets, as many sources reported back in October. Because why would she want to see the Lakers if they broke up? We also haven't heard any details of bonuses for Khloe if she has babies, but Lamar told Chelsea Handler in November that he wanted to knock up his new wife PDQ.
This news makes us reconsider our stance on what Khloe might have been seeking to gain going into her marriage. Radar Online reported earlier that she'd demanded $500,000 for each year of the marriage and $25,000 a month in alimony, plus money for shopping and beauty treatments, and new cars whenever the lease ran out. But the news that the house won't be community property makes us think that she's really in love with Lamar and wasn't just looking for a meal ticket. The meal ticket is obviously a nice perk of being in love, but maybe it wasn't her only goal. In that case, godspeed, you krazy kids.
Via TMZ. Photo via Bauer-Griffin.