Lamar Odom's ex and the mother of his children is seeing red. Liza Morales opened up to RadarOnline.com exclusively about Odom's new wife Khloe Kardashian's recent comments regarding her alleged bonding with the kids.
“Friends and family informed me of a recent cover story on Khloe Kardashian which had several inaccuracies," Morales revealed. She has known Odom for fifteen years and they have three children together (their six-month old son Jayden died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).
“First of all it was reported that Khloe and my daughter Destiny have bonded. It quotes Khloe saying my daughter flew out to LA to meet Khloe when her and Lamar first started dating, that is basically a lie," she continued.
“My daughter met Khloe for about 10-15 minutes here in New York when Khloe and Lamar came to New York. I don’t think a 15 minute meet and greet with a child can be defined as a bonding experience for anyone."
In the article, Kardashian said she had yet to meet her stepson Lamar Jr. because he was "too young to travel." Morales denies the story.
“The truth is my 8-year-old son told me he didn’t want to meet her at that time," Morales reveals.
“She is also quoted saying that her and Lamar are trying to be sensitive with me and that comment puzzled me. If she said these things I think that her and Lamar and the magazine that published these lies should not worry about being sensitive with me but with what they say about my children."
Despite this recent rift, Morales is open to having Kardashian as a part of her and her children's lives. “I feel eventually Khloe and I should meet, if she is going to be around my children we should get to know each other on some level.
"Some seem to be quotes directly from Khloe herself and I do know how the press can twist people’s words sometimes to be more exciting, so, I hope she didn’t say these things because they are blatant lies and I would hate to think she would lie about my children.”
While Kardashian and Odom will spend Christmas in Los Angeles, Morales and her children will remain in New York through the new year.