Rob Kardashian's family are planning an 'intervention'

2015-07-04 08:00

Los Angeles - Rob Kardashian's family are planning to stage an "intervention".

His mother Kris Jenner and sisters Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian are reportedly planning to help the troubled 28-year-old star get help.

A source told US' OK! magazine: "[He's] a heart attack waiting to happen. Kim, Kourt and Khloe have united with Kris to finally get Rob the help he needs - whether he wants it or not.

"[They're] so done with his excuses and aggression ... [They want to] force him into a weight loss rehab centre."

A source also previously claimed the family are "worried sick" about Rob's social anxiety.

They said: "Rob has extreme social anxiety, is very unhealthy and just isn't doing anything to get back on his feet."

Meanwhile Rob Kardashian is "furious" with Kim.

The 28-year-old sock designer is said to be fuming that his 34-year-old sister claimed he does nothing but "smoke weed" and hang out with friends.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: "Rob and Kim had been cool again and were getting along. Now he's furious at her again for her comments to Rolling Stone. He was been bitching her out on her phone. He's mad - pissed as hell ...

"Rob has blocked Kim on his phone. He doesn't want to hear what she has to say. He says there's no excuse she could possibly have for saying that. He will not forgive her."

During her revealing interview with the publication, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was asked about her "mysterious" brother, who has gained a lot of weight and is said to be battling depression.

She said: "It's not that mysterious, what's happening with Rob. He has gained weight. He feels uncomfortable being on the show, and that's OK. Do I think he smokes weed, drinks beer, hangs out and plays video games with his friends all day long? Yes."

When asked if "it's not more like hookers and meth at the Ritz," she added: 'No no. Or he'd be skinny." publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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