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EXCLUSIVE: The Honeymoon's Over! Khloe And Lamar Have Big Fight In Public

Dec. 4 2009, Published 3:41 p.m. ET

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The honeymoon is over for Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom.  Just 10 weeks after their lavish made-for-TV wedding, the couple openly fought at a Los Angeles restaurant Wednesday night, an eyewitness told exclusively.

"Lamar caused a huge scene," the source said of the incident at Phillippe Chow restaurant.  "He got jealous because Khloe was texting at the table and he yelled at her to quit it.  She refused, so he stormed off and sat alone at the bar.  Khloe just ignored him."

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"He went and sat at the bar and watched TV by himself," the source added. "Khloe was with her best friend Malika Hagg and the poor girl was totally stuck in the middle.

"She was running back and forth between the bar and the table trying to make peace but Lamar kept just saying 'I'm not talking to her. Let her talk to her phone.  She can be alone with her phone.'  It was bad.

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"Finally he stomped back over to the table and grabbed the keys and left a couple of hundreds on the table.  Khloe just turned her back to him so he walked out the front door."

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It appeared that the NBA superstar had taken off on his own but he finally pulled around to the front of the restaurant in his SUV.

"Everyone thought Lamar had left but then he pulled around front in his SUV and the girls went out and jumped in.

"Khloe looked really beautiful," the source said.  "She has lost even more weight, but she didn't look happy.  She looked really upset."



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