Kim Kardashian Reveals Insanely Heartbreaking Incident From Her Past

Kim KardashianKim Kardashian is speaking out in detail for the first time about her father Robert Kardashian's death, and she has some extremely sad things to say. Kim sat for a deposition as part of a legal battle involving her stepmother, Ellen Pearson-Kardashian, and accused her dad's last wife of changing the locks on the door so none of Robert's children could see him in his last days. If that's true, that is just horrific.

According to RadarOnline, Kim testified:

She changed the locks on the doors when my dad was sick and told us to not come visit our dad, not come see him. We let that go for a few days ... then finally we’re like, "That’s our dad, he is dying, we will come over there." And we called him and we said, "Dad, open the door. We know she's gone." She was at, like, a salon appointment. We came back to the house and we got in there and we took a key. And we had to, like, force our way in the house. So decisions to keep family out, even his friends all came with us and we're like we're all going to go there and barge in and make this woman let us see our father.

Wow, that's terrible if it happened that way. And all along Ellen, who is no fan of the Kardashian clan, says that it is the children who snubbed Robert in his dying days. She reportedly even accused them of choosing to attend a party rather than be with him as he died.

These are two very different versions of what happened, and either one is insanely awful. Whatever happened, this man didn't have any of his children by his side when he died, and that is tragic. One of the reasons you have kids is that you hope they will be with you when you die.

Kim also stated at the deposition that Ellen fabricated Robert's diary entries, which she then sold. Kim says she totally lied about Kris Jenner hitting her as a child.

This is all totally sordid. It's the kind of place you hope a family -- even one as barely-family as the Kardashians and Robert's wife Ellen -- never gets to.

Do you believe Kim's version of events?


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nonmember avatar lori

Oddly enough, one of the reasons I had kids was not so they'd be there when I died.. that thought had never entered my mind.

Denise Lewis

I believe it im not rich but I didn't know my father was dead until two days later because his sister decided it should be this way she also changed his will leaving all five of us nothing then she wanted us to pay for his funeral

Chabe... Chabeli1112

I can give to shits, there's other things in life that are worse.

nonmember avatar Lisa B

My Uncle.did.something very similar my father was.dieing and.asking for his grandkids my Uncle hid the whole thing even went to the point of refusing to place an obituary and told them the funeral director to do a cremation because it was cheaper ... I did not find out for 2 months that he was sick let alone died

nonmember avatar sad but...

This is sad if true. I don't mean to pick at the article but wtf? I didnt have my children so that i could have them with me when i die. I never even thought of that.

nonmember avatar Erin H.

I think what the author was eluding to when she talked about the reason for having kids is so they could be with you when you die is not as morbid as it sounds. What I think she means is that you have kids so that you won't die alone, that you will have loved ones whom you can say goodbye to, someone who will remember that we even existed . I think one of our biggest fears as a human is to die alone, with no loved ones that we shared happy memories with who will remember and rejoice in our life after we die. Having children is one way for us to aswage that fear of dying alone; that's what I think the author was eluding to. If Kim is telling the truth, then shame on their step-mom, but she'll get hers in the end.

coffe... coffeefreako3

Erin just said the same thing as the author...just with more words. Sorry, but I didn't HAVE kids because I don't want to die alone. How many couples have that conversation? Let's see, sitting around the table one late, stormy evening, the wife, lifts her wine glass and takes a sip. After placing the glass back on the table, she leans toward her husband and says, "sweetie, I've been thinking about dying lately and how horrible it would be if I died alone. I think we should have kids. The husband leans forward, taking her hand in his. The storm continues to rage outside the windows. A flash of lightening crosses the sky and the sound of thunder almost drowns out his reply, "I agree, honey, I'm scared of dieing alone too." And he pulls her to her feet and embraces her. The kiss deepens and off to the bedroom they go...well, maybe not even to the bedroom as a kitchen table is right there. Ya, that's how people decide to have children!!! NOT!

nonmember avatar Amanda Coleman

@coffeefreako3....Best comment so far!

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