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Guns, Drugs & Abandonment: Inside Khloe Kardashian’s Dangerous Relationship With French Montana, Rapper’s Wife Issues Severe Warning

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After her tumultuous four-year marriage to Lamar OdomKhloe Kardashian spent the weekend hitting the clubs with rapper French Montana, causing a flurry of countless dating rumors.

But there’s one problem: the bad boy rapper is married and his wife has a warning for the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.

In an interview with In Touch, Montana’s wife of seven years, Deen Kharbouch alerts Kardashian “to be careful.”

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“Things are not as they seem,” Kharbouch told the mag, claiming that her man left her and their son Kruz, now 4, in 2012 after his career took off.

“As soon as he popped, it was as if Kruz and I didn’t exist. He practically abandoned us!” she said. “Sometimes we don’t see him for two or three months.”

Kharbouch says Montana pays $7,000 per month in child support, but says, “I had to go to court for that.”

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Kardashian’s friends and family are weary about her new love interest as well, who was reportedly shot in the head during a 2004 melee in which he claims he was charged with murder but “beat my case cause I’m good.”

He even flaunts his connection with drugs in his mix tapes under the record label Cocaine City Records.

“They think she’s headed down the same path she did with her ex,” the pal said.

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“She’s still figuring out what she wants, but this guy is bad news.”

As Radar previously reported, Kardashian and the rapper were spotted partying at a 16th birthday party for Diddy’s son Christian at West Hollywood hotspot, 1Oak on April 4.

Then, the pair reportedly jetted off to Phoenix, Ariz., where Montana was promoted as the guest at Pink Rhino strip club.

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