Did Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom Steal From their Charity Cathy’s Kids?

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There is nothing worse than stealing from a child – but stealing from a charity that is supposed to help children is as low as you can go. Lamar Odom and his reality star wife, Khloe Kardashian are being accused of sinking to the bottom of low amid accusations they are running a questionable cancer charity called Cathy’s Kids. Radar Online is reporting the charity is called Cathy’s Kids but not ONE DIME has been given to help children in need. Making matters worse, when the LA Clippers star was asked about the shocking allegations, he reportedly said, “It’s my money.”

Really Lamar? Tell us that quote was taken out of context – please?? You are a multi-millionaire married to a multi-millionaire and are using your fame to steal from those less fortunate than you. Disgusting.

In an investigation completed by ESPN, of more than a hundred charities attached to top athletes, it was discovered Odom was among 115 high-profile charities accused of not passing on the profits properly. Eight years of tax records revealed that the charity, Cathy’s Kids, named in honor of his late mother who died of stomach cancer, has not given any money to cancer-related causes since its creation in 2004, despite raising an estimated a whopping $2.2 million.

The investigation says it found the charity primarily existed to finance two elite youth basketball travel teams.

Khloe and Lamar even set up an eBay account together, selling items from their “personal collection” to benefit the charity, according to their own description.

What do you think about Cathy’s Kids not helping one child. Disgusting??





One Response to Did Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom Steal From their Charity Cathy’s Kids?

  1. Robyn Good says:

    I would like to say I am surprised but I am not. What douches!!!

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