Kris Jenner used to beat Kim Kardashian

By brendon January 24, 2013 @ 4:53 PM


In handwritten diaries by the late Robert Kardashian, father of at least Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, he wrote that his ex wife Kris Jenner would physically abuse and threaten her children, which in hindsight really does seem like something Kris Jenner would do.

In the journal entries, dated throughout 1989 and 1990, Robert paints a heartbreaking childhood portrait of Kim, Kourtney and Khloé and a damning picture of mom Kris Jenner.
“Kris was kicking and beating her and said she was going to kill [Kim]!” Robert claimed in his diary on Aug. 24, 1989. “Kim was hysterical.”

So far there’s no reason to doubt the authenticity of the diaries and since these were never intended to go public there’s no rational explanation for why he would lie. Another interesting note is that if you check Kris Jenners diary from August 24, 1989, it says, “had to teach Kim a lesson today. Bet she won’t even think about dating a black guy again.”

(source = intouch)

Khloes “dad” speaks from the grave (not literally)

By brendon January 12, 2012 @ 2:38 PM


Yesterday, someone other than TMZ said that Robert Kardashian was not the biological father of Khloe Kardashian, so now TMZ has to do everything they can to undermine that, regardless of how ridiculous it looks.

Today, in a story about Robert filing to have his second marriage annulled, with the headline, “Robert Kardashian speaks from grave: I’m Khloes dad”, they say:

“Robert Kardashian swore that Khloe IS his biological daughter … torpedoing claims by his ex-wives that Khloe was fathered by another man.”

And it would too, if he had in fact sworn that Khloe is his biological daughter. In reality, he said:

“I decided that since I already had four biological children, I did not wish to have any more.”

Was he implying that Khloe was his biological daughter? Yes, probably. Did he swear to it? No, absolutely not, and he certainly didn’t say, “I’m Khloes dad.” Still, it’s nice to see that Robert bothered to get an annulment, instead of just chopping off his wifes head like his Heisman-winning assassin client did.