Khloe Kardashian will decide the fate of her embattled marriage to NBA star Lamar Odom after completing filming of Keeping Up With The Kardashians because the reality starlet doesn't want the messy drama to play out in front of the cameras, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The youngest Kardashian sister and Odom -- who's been accused of cheating and abusing drugs -- have been living apart since he was arrested for a DUI last month.
"Khloe is steadfast, that she won't decide whether she wants out of the marriage until she is done shooting the current season of the … show," our sources tell us. "She has been through so much the last year with Lamar, and Khloe just doesn't want this to be played out in front of the cameras.
"It's a very sensitive situation, she is being a trooper and is being a total professional while shooting. Another reason why Khloe isn't making any decisions yet, she doesn't want this to loom over Lamar in the future, no matter what she decides to do.
It's inevitable that Khloe will likely file for divorce, sources say.
"She just can't trust Lamar," a source told RadarOnline.com exclusively. "She could stand by Lamar if he had chosen to get help for his drug addiction, but the cheating is what she can't get over. Lamar was unfaithful to her for a very, very long time.
"Not only did he betray the vows of their marriage, but placed her health in jeopardy because Lamar often had unprotected sex with multiple women."
Over the weekend, Khloe joined her sisters Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie to chat and pose with Miley Cyrus backstage during her eye-popping appearance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on Saturday night.
There, Khloe wore wearing her enormous engagement ring and wedding band. Looking sexy and pulled together in a black leather dress, she was seen laughing with Cyrus, and later, she blew photographers a kiss.
Could this marriage be saved if Lamar decided to go to rehab? Our family source says that "anything is possible.
"Khloe loves Lamar, and always will -- but the longer Lamar goes without getting help, the less likely the odds are that the marriage can be saved."