Khloe Kardashian confesses love for pornography

Khloe Kardashian has admitted she
Khloe Kardashian has admitted she "loves" watching porn, but doesn't think her family are famous purely because of her sister Kim Kardashian West's sex tape.

KHLOE Kardashian "loves" watching porn.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who recently split from boyfriend James Harden - has admitted she has a penchant for X-rated footage

During a conversation on her chat show 'Kocktails With Khloe', guest Lisa Rinna asked Khloe: "Do you watch porn?"

She replied: "I love porn, I'm all for porn."

Lisa added: "I love porn too."

While Khloe, 31, enjoys watching pornography, she also insisted that 'KUWTK' hasn't been successful purely because of her sister Kim Kardashian West's sex tape.

When asked by her show guest, You Tube star GloZell Green, whether she thought her family was famous because of Kim's infamous X-rated footage with Ray J - which was leaked online in 2007 ahead of the first series of 'KUWTK' later that year - Khloe replied: "We're going into the 12th season.

"You have to give credit to that."

Branding the tape "initial notoriety", Khloe added: "There's so many people who you can say 'they had a sex tape' but that lasted a month."

'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Lisa said: "You guys must have very strong elephant skin."

Khloe replied: "We have to."

The star also spoke on the show about her recent split from basketball star James Harden - claiming he was unfaithful to her - admitted she doesn't think she will reconcile with ex French Montana, and insisted she "never wanted" to divorce estranged husband Lamar Odom.

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