Khloe Kardashian: Did She Set Lamar Odom Up for Humilation?!?

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Did Khloe Kardashian act like a very naughty young woman this week?

On Tuesday night, Lamar Odom got denied entrance into West Hollywood hotspot Penthouse, allegedly because Khloe and new boyfriend French Montana were already inside and the establishment wanted to avoid a scene.

Was this an unfortunate coincidence? Or something far more sinister?

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Lamar Odom in a Daze

According to Us Weekly, Khloe actually worked with E! to arrange the embarrassing situation for her estranged husband.

"It was Khloe who invited Lamar to the club because she knew the E! cameras were going to be there," a source close to Odom tells the tabloid, adding that Odom is "living" over being "set up."

The insider alleges that Kardashian wanted to make it appear as if Odom is "stalking" her because, hey, that would make for an exciting storyline on Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

The power forward did apparently know that French Montana would be at the club, “but Khloe asked him to come and he went. He feels like an idiot for trusting her."

Why Lamar would attend when he knew Khloe's new boyfriend would be around is a whole separate question.

As is whether or not Khloe is still hurt by the split... or just milking everything for attention and sympathy?

Was this a dick move by Khloe, if the story is true? Or does Odom deserve anything he gets for cheating on his wife multiple times last summer?

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I did wear fur and they wanted to educate me on the brutal ways in which animals are skinned for their pelts.

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They released me early because I was a threat to the prison.. The whole prison was on lockdown. It was actually really scary.

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