Mag claims OJ could be Khloe's father

2012-01-19 15:48
Cape Town – More speculation on the paternity of Khloe Kardashian has lead to rumours that disgraced former sportsman OJ Simpson might be her biological father, reports the Daily Mail.

Simpson is a former client and friend of Khloe's father, the late Robert Kardashian. The latter was responsible for clearing Simpson of the double murder charges of his wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman in 1995.  

American tabloid The National Enquirer claims that Kris Jenner allegedly had an affair with Simpson in 1983 and fell pregnant with Khloe shortly after.

This follows after two of Robert Kardashian's ex-wives recently claimed that Kardashian himself told them that Khloe was not his biological child.

Court documents

The claims made by the two women were inadvertently refuted by court documents in which Robert Kardashian refers to his four biological children – thereby including Khloe as his own.

The documents were submitted in an attempt to get his marriage to second wife Jan Ashley, annulled.

Ashley however maintains her claims that Robert tried to hide the fact that Khloe was not his daughter and added: "He would never say in court documents that Khloe wasn't his".

Ashley also claimed in an interview with Star magazine that Robert told her that he and Kris were not sleeping together during the time that Khloe was conceived and that Khloe knew that she had a different father to her siblings.

Comments

  • rudilemmer - 2012-01-19 16:18

    Ive heard americans are stupid.... But god damn.......

  • leigh.ridgway - 2012-01-19 17:13

    Like I said before. It doesn't matter who her 'daddy' is, she'll always be just as trashy as the rest of the family!

  • moby.quest - 2012-01-19 22:34

    Publicity stunt!

  • Werner - 2012-01-20 08:09

    Maybe she is her mothers sister and OJ was her brother, incest Delmas Style !! haha

  • Bubba - 2012-01-20 11:34

    She must have the same "disease" that Michael Jackson had. Sure she'd be a bit blacker if OJ was her Father.

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