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Kris Jenner makes headlines for urging Khloe to undergo DNA testing

Scott Hixson

Kris Jenner urged her daughter Khloe to take a DNA test on reality-tv

Kris Jenner admits to affair in release of her new book and urges famous daughter to take a DNA test

Kris Jenner, the head of the incredibly famous Kardashian household, is making headlines for doing what she does best, publicizing the details of her family. The star’s new book, Kris Jenner And All Things Kardashian, reveals some steamy details about an affair that occurred while married to the father of her famous daughters, Robert.

Kris Jenner may be causing a stir because of the book’s publicizing of the affair, but outrage is also being focused on another strange facet of the story. Kris Jenner is reportedly pushing her famous daughter Khloe Kardashian-Odom to undergo a DNA test to determine her paternal father as the affair occurred at the time of Kris’ pregnancy with Khloe.

Kris Jenner confronted Khloe about the DNA test on her daughter’s reality-show where Khloe vehemently resisted the idea, saying, “I don’t care either way cause my dad is my dad and my stepdad is my stepdad.” Khloe continued to distance herself from her mother’s odd behavior, “My mom’s book opened up a can of worms for people to have their opinions. I’m not mad at her but I need time to think. I don’t want to get sucked into the Kris Jenner crazy train.”

The crazy train referred to by Khloe includes the steamy quote from the book, “His name was Ryan, and he was a producer. We had wild sex everywhere, all the time.” The man involved in the alleged tryst has yet to come forward.

Many are faulting Kris Jenner for what they claim is the ultimate reason for the affair’s revelation and Kris Jenner’s urging of her daughter to investigate who her father really is- the almighty dollar. Certainly the situation has garnered droves of attention, but whether or not the reason for the book’s release is publicity or personal closure, remains up for debate.

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