They’ve refuted all the accusations, of course, but Radar Online is now reporting something a little suspicious. Apparently the couple’s eBay store, which contributes a portion of its proceeds to Cathy’s Kids, has suddenly been cleared of all its inventory, and now reads, “currently no items for sale.”
The online store, called “khlomar” was reportedly selling thousands of dollars of merchandise a day, as the couple placed everything from yoga pants and sunglasses to shoes and used sports bras up for auction.
“Khloe Kardashian, reality TV celebrity from Keeping up with the Kardashians on E! and Lamar Odom, NBA basketball legend, are opening up their fashion wardrobes to eBay,” read the website. “Bid on fabulous items from both their personal collections. All auction items benefit Cathy's Kids, a Lamar Odom Foundation.”
They evidently ended sales on April 1, the same day that news of the alleged charity scandal first made headlines.
What, if anything, does this mean? Our guess is that Khloe and Lamar are just playing things incredibly safe until this whole thing blows over, and with all this unpleasantness, can you blame them?