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Khloé Kardashian's negotiating with O.J. Simpson, but we don't believe it

Leah Prinzivalli writes about pop culture, beauty and health and has interviewed some of your favorite reality stars. She has been published in VICE, Reductress, The Toast, The Frisky, and elsewhere. She lives in Brooklyn with her cat, l...

Is Khloé Kardashian really going through with a paternity test?

Khloé Kardashian reportedly wants to know if she can keep her name, but she's going to have to make a big trip to do it. According to the Daily Mail, O.J. Simpson has agreed to a paternity test after long-standing rumors that he had an affair with her mother while she was married to Robert Kardashian. There's just one catch: Kardashian will have to visit Simpson in his Nevada prison if she wants the test.

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Jeffrey Felix, a former prison guard at Lovelock Correctional Center who wrote Guarding the Juice about Simpson, says that the test can happen even with Simpson behind bars. "O.J. will do it and the prison officials have told him they will allow it," he says. "It’s just a quick mouth swab, and they would allow it to happen during a visit."

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Kris Jenner has no interest in claims about Khloé's paternity. "It just gets weirder and weirder," she said on an episode of Good Morning America. "I have never heard such crap in my life. I mean, I was there! I gave birth, I know who the dad was." Simpson is currently serving a nine- to 30-year prison sentence for armed robbery. As of 2017, he'll be eligible for parole — so perhaps it's time to build a relationship with his daughter?

The long-standing rumor that Khloé isn't quite as Kardashian as her sisters aside, there's no way we believe that she's setting aside her family loyalty to swab some of O.J. Simpson's spit. She's a Kardashian through and through, no matter what her birth certificate says.

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