Odom-Khloe Fake Marriage Scam Finally Revealed

Ah, finally we have it. The out for E! reality show producers and Khloe Kardashian in her fake-all-along marriage to Lamar Odom. TMZ.com reports today that Odom suddenly wants a pre-nup, and Kardashian’s lawyer has responded in kind.

Lamar Odom Khloe Kardashian Fake Marriage a Scam All Along

(Khloe’s E! Channel reality show-funded wedding “a non-binding ceremony”)

Amazing that this just came up!

Odom has lawyered up and so has Khloe. The problem is … they have to get married on Sunday and there isn’t enough time to hash out the details of a prenuptial agreement.

Why, you ask, isn’t there enough time? We’ve learned they must get married on Sunday because one of the Kardashian reality shows is footing the $1 million bill for the wedding, but the deal is that the wedding must be shot this Sunday.

The best part: TMZ reports Khloe’s E! Channel-funded wedding to Odom could end up being a “non-binding ceremony.”

Sunday’s wedding might not be the real deal — it could be a non-binding ceremony. It’s common with a postnup that bride and groom would not officially tie the knot until after they sign the document. What they typically do sign before the ceremony is an acknowledgment that it’s not really an official wedding, to prevent misunderstandings down the road.

I guess Perez Hilton’s first instinct of this being a total fraud turned out to be correct.

I have to hand it to the Kardashians and the folks at E!, thanks to their scam, they extracted millions in free publicity from an audience that normally wouldn’t know or care they existed. That is, the main sports media’s audience.

Absolutely brilliant. I’m in awe.

So was Odom a pawn in the proceedings or did he know about the Kardashians’ designs the whole time? If he ends up with face time (and the accompanying check) from E!, I guess we’ll know the answer. (Not that it makes him look like anything other than a buffoon.)