Kardashian’s attorney Laura Wasser went into court Wednesday and asked the judge to withdraw the divorce petition that was currently being processed and awaiting a judge’s signature. The judge granted the petition and now the divorce case is over.
The news comes just over one week after the E! star rushed to her estranged husband’s side at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas after he was found unconsciousin a Nevada brothel on Oct. 13.
Odom suffered a drug overdose and has since come out of a coma. Currently, he appears to be recovering; however, he will need “a lot” of rehab in the coming months.
On Monday, Odom was discharged from the Las Vegas facility and transported to Los Angeles. Kardashian was photographed exiting Sunrise hospital, and she remains by Odom’s side as he continues ongoing treatment.
Yesterday, the reality star released a statement for the first time since Odom’s hospitalization. She admitted the “past week has been incredibly difficult” and thanked friends, family and fans for the “outpouring of love and endless prayers that Lamar has received.”
On Tuesday, a source also told E! News that there are no immediate plans for Odom to be discharged from the hospital in Los Angeles.
“Every day he is getting a bit better, but he is continuing to have extensive tests on his cognitive and motor functions, so no one can make a definitive diagnosis yet” the insider said, adding, “He is more coherent day by day.”
Jimmy Butler told Animal Planet’s “Tanked” crew he wanted an aquarium for his new River North, Illinois, pad that fish would be able to ‘bump’ in – and that’s exactly what he got.
The Chicago Bulls guard was featured on the popular show that tricks out tanks, and told the aquarium masters he loves music and wanted his new addition to reflect his off-the-court passion.
The New Jersey native, nicknamed The Millville Meteor, joined TWC’s Jim Cantore Saturday morning to report on weather conditions in his hometown of Millville in South Jersey.
Trout phoned into the Weather Channel as Cantor was reporting live from Washington, D.C. The weatherman called the “pride of the California Angels” a “huge weather nerd.”