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Lights, Camera, Intervention! Kim Films Face-off With Rob For 'KUWTK'

Kim Kardashian is getting her brother Rob help in the best way she knows how: on camera! has learned she staged an intervention at momager, Kris Jenner's house late last year, and was filmed for Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

According to a source, "Kim thought if the intervention was filmed, Rob would be more responsive to it."

But in addition to the cameras, the source said, "There was a therapist to guide the family. This was coming from a place of love. Initially Kris was hesitant, but was desperate to do anything."

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"Khloe wasn't in favor of it, but agreed to be there. Kourtney wasn't there, and neither were Kendall or Kylie."

"As soon as Rob walked in Kris' house, he realized what was about to go down and just walked right out the front door," said the source. "He just got in his car and drove away. He refused to pick-up his phone for several days, and nobody knew where he was."

The intervention took place before Rob's devastating diabetes diagnosis, for which he was hospitalized earlier this month.

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Since then, the reality star, 28, "continues to drink Red Bulls which are loaded with sugar," an insider previously told Radar. "He's eating junk food too."

"The diabetes diagnosis should have been a wake-up call for Rob, but he is in absolute denial about it," the source said. "He refuses to monitor his blood sugar daily as doctors have told him to do. Even more frustrating is that Rob's diabetes would likely go away if he began working out and eating healthy!"

Should viewers stay tuned to see the embarrassing confrontation on KUWTK?

The source added, "Khloe will make sure the footage of the failed intervention won't air."



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