Lamar Odom ready to move on from Khloe Kardashian

Lamar Odom is ready to move on from Khloe Kardashian.

It has been claimed that Khloe kicked Lamar out of the lavish $25,000-a-month property she was renting for him near her Calabasas mansion while he recovered from an overdose last year, but now that Lamar is doing better, he wants to move on with his life.

A source told PEOPLE: "He has his own money. It was his choice not to [extend the lease] Lamar was ready to move on as well.

"They are divorcing and now that Lamar is doing better, he doesn't feel the need to live next door to Khloe. He has been staying with friends but is also looking for a new place."

Khloe, 32, and Lamar, 36, originally split in 2013, and she put their divorce on hold following his overdose last year.

However, in May, she filed for divorce for a second time and it was recently revealed the sportsman has asked a judge to refuse her request for spousal support.

Khloe helped nurse her husband back to health and recently admitted she's had a tough time of it lately, but is hoping the upcoming year will be more positive.

Speaking ahead of her 32nd birthday on June 27, she said: "I love other people's birthdays, but to be honest, I get more sad for my birthday. They've been so negative in the past that I'm always like, 'What's going to happen this year?' I had the best birthday last year because it was the first time someone did something for me that I didn't ask for. It was the first time I felt like I knew what birthdays were supposed to be like. There were only twelve of us, but it was so nice. Look, I'm not all 'woe is me,' and I don't need to do much. But then that's why we don't do much. No one takes charge.

"My wish for myself this year is internal happiness. I'm big on peace and happiness, and that's all I want. The rest will come. I think as I've gotten older, I feel more secure and settled with who I am, but at the same time, I'm more open to changing myself for the better. I'm not as stubborn as I was when I was younger."

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