Khloe Kardashian hits back at critics

Khloe Kardashian has hit back at those who criticised her for not "helping" her estranged husband Lamar Odom after he was removed from a flight for being "wasted".

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is in the midst of a divorce from the basketball star and has been blasted by her Twitter followers for not supporting Lamar.

When a fan asked Khloe whilst she was "running the streets" with another man and not helping her husband, she fumed back: "Stay in your f***ing lane little girl. You know nothing about anything. You're a sheep herded by society. (sic)"

And when a fan told her "you're doing what you can, unfortunately he makes his own choices. Stay strong", she simply wrote back: "love you lots. Thank you (sic)"

Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that Lamar - who suffered an overdose in a brothel last October - was reportedly downing beers and whisky in the VIP Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport while waiting for his flight to New York.

He boarded the plane and before it took off, he left his first class seat and threw up in the galley and then again in the bathroom. He was then "gently" escorted from the plane and a cleaning crew came on to tidy up whilst Lamar's belongings were packed into a plastic bag and taken off the aircraft.

Then 10 minutes later, the sportsman returned to the plane and took his seat once more. After heading back to the bathroom and using the heads of passengers to steady himself, he was removed from the plane once again.

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