Kris Jenner was recently accused of cheating on her husband and abusing her children, according to diary entries allegedly written by Robert Kardashian and obtained by In Touch magazine. Kim and Khloe Kardashian took to Twitter today to voice their opinions (read: angry rants) on the matter.
"So my dad's ex is selling ridiculous stories again to tabloids! Do not believe it! Sad when people need money and get desperate," Kim tweeted.
"PS that story that my mom beat me and threatened to kill me hahahhahaha! I'd beat her! JK truly laughable! #NOTTRUE," she added.
The "story" that Kim is referring to, reads "Kris was kicking and beating her and said she was going to kill [Kim]!"
The entries also detail a supposed affair with a soccer player named Todd Waterman.
"She doesn't leave a number in case of emergency. She doesn't care!" he wrote in December, 1989.
"She left [the] kids and screwed all night!"
Ten days later, he allegedly wrote "Kris couldn't get her act together I was home alone with four kids."
Supposedly the diaries were left to Robert's widow, Ellen Kardashian who told the magazine that they are authentic.
"These are authentic handwritten journals I have shared, that my late husband Robert Kardashian so carefully wrote during 1989 and 1990 at a most trying and touching time of his life," she told the mag. "They are my personal possessions and he left them to me on his passing."
Khloe K disagrees with this statement.
"How can such a piece of trash even mention my father's name!" Khloe tweeted today. "You married him on his death bed while he was not even aware of his surroundings." Ouch!
"You should be hiding in shame for all of the lies you sell to tabloids!!" Khloe continued. "You have no right to even mention our names especially my mother's! We don't know you!!! How dare you spread such lies! You are a disgrace.
"10 years after my father's passing and now that she has filed for bankruptcy... NOW she sells FALSE stories. Hope that money buys you water in hell," she added.
Robert died of oesophageal cancer in 2003. Can't we just let the poor guy rest in peace?