Lamar Odom’s Mistress Apologizes To Khloe Kardashian, But Gives Advice: Get A Divorce, I’m Not The Only Woman!

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Lamar Odom‘s mistress has some advice for his wife Khloe Kardashian: Divorce him!

Jennifer Richardson — who claims she held a yearlong affair with Lamar — opened up to Star magazine about her relationship with the NBA pro, and even offered up an apology to Khloe because she says she can sympathize with her.

“I’m sorry,” Jennifer, 29, said.

“Lamar led me to believe his marriage was just a business arrangement.”

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Even worse, Jennifer claims she’s not the only woman that Lamar has cheated on Khloe with, and she wants her to know it.

“I can tell Khloe that I’m not the only woman; there have been many. I just happened to be around the longest,” Jennifer told the magazine.

“My advice for Khloe would be to get a divorce. If she thinks he’s going to change, she’s mistaken.”

As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, despite the explosive news of Jennifer’s affair with Lamar, Khloe still wants to have a baby with him.

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The cheating allegations, “of course bother Khloe tremendously. She has trust issues with Lamar and was absolutely livid when he went to a strip joint earlier this year. However, Khloe still wants to have a baby with him. She feels that once they have a baby together, it will just bring them closer,” a source told Radar.

“The fertility issues have definitely taken a toll on the couple’s sex life because Khloe is really strict about having sex when she is ovulating. It’s become clinical, and the romance is on the back burner because Khloe is having a very hard time getting pregnant.”

Khloe, in a very un-Kardashian move, has remained silent about the affair allegations.

To read more about Jennifer’s affair with Lamar, pick up the latest issue of Star magazine on newsstands Thursday.

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