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Kim Kardashian Rubbishes Infertility Reports

by VR Sreeraman on August 2, 2009 at 1:46 PM
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Kim Kardashian has taken to her blog for rubbishing claims that she can't have children.

Kardashian's fertility has been at the centre of speculation after she gave an interview to People.com, admitting she would love to adopt.


The 28-year-old socialite slammed online gossips for "twisting" her words and insisted that the reports are "totally false".

"It's been reported online that I can't have children of my own and that's totally false. I said I would love to have my own children. If I weren't able to then adopting might be an option," Contactmusic quoted her as writing on her official website.

"How does that translate into I cannot have kids!? If you read anything online saying I can't have children, those are totally false stories.

"Some media outlets are just taking what I said to People.com and twisting it!" she added.

Source: ANI


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