Khloe Kardashian: Did She Dump James Harden Via Text?

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This is what we know, based on actual legal documentation:

Khloe Kardashian has called off her divorce from Lamar Odom.

This means, of course, that Khloe had to break up with boyfriend James Harden, a pesky little detail overlooked by most news outlets.

According to Hollywood Life, however, Khloe did not exactly handle he Harden split so well, becoming the latest celebrity (see slideshow, above) to end a relationship over the phone.

And not just over the phone... but via text message. OUCH!

An anonymous insider alleges that Khloe dumped the Houston Rockets superstar by writing the words "I'm sorry" to him via text and... well... that's it.

Granted, considering all the publicity Lamar Odom's health situation has garnered and how well-documented it has been that Khloe refuses to leave his side, Harden likely knew where things stood before Khloe even contacted him.

But still.

Harden and Kardashian dated for many months. You would think he'd deserve a little more respect.

“He can’t stop shaking his head. It’s very comical [to him],” the source says, adding that Harden didn't respond to Khloe's text and that he thinks it’s all some “high school s--t happening to him."

Fortunately for James, the NBA season starts up next week and his team is one of the favorites to win the title.

So he has actual rebounding to focus on for a few months as opposed to concerns of being someone else's romantic rebound.

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Khloe Kardashian Biography

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Khloe Kardashian Quotes

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

Khloe Kardashian

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

Khloe Kardshian [on early prison release]