Khloé K sick of 'mothering' Rob


Rob Kardashian is reportedly driving his sister Khloé “crazy” while he stays at her home. The 27-year-old has been keeping a low profile since his weight gain landed him in the spotlight, and has allegedly been emotionally troubled. Now it’s claimed he’s been holed up at his 30-year-old sibling’s house.

'Rob’s been hiding away at Khloé’s for months now and is relying more and more on her for everything'

“Rob’s been hiding away at Khloé’s for months now and is relying more and more on her for everything – and it’s driving her crazy,” a source told OK! Magazine. “She’s getting fed up with mothering him.”

Khloé has endured turbulence in her own life in the last couple of years, splitting from husband Lamar Odom in December last year and has an on-off relationship with current boyfriend French Montana. But she apparently thinks that whilst Rob is happy to demand her attention, he doesn’t offer to help her out in return.

“He had a meltdown because she didn’t call him back straight away and she flipped out,” said the insider. “[Khloé] is sick of the one-way street as far as support goes.”

The reluctant Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is said to have been suffering from depression. It is something that has reportedly put pressure on his family.

“His depression can be hard to handle sometimes, but she just wants to get on with her life and he’s dragging her down all the time,” the source went on.

Rob notoriously skipped out on his sister Kim’s wedding to Kanye West, leaving Paris just days after he arrived rather than heading on to Italy for the nuptials. More recently, he apparently wasn’t seen at the Thanksgiving dinner Khloé put on for the clan.

The lavish party won’t make the cut for the family’s reality show. They opted not to film it, instead letting their camera crew spend the holiday with their loved ones. “No filming. Our film crews need to be with their families today and pig out,” Khloé tweeted.

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