Babymama Drama: Liza Morales Takes Lamar Odom To Court Over Child Support, Visitation, And Reality TV

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Liza and Lamar take it to the court house…

Former ‘Starter Wives Confidential’ cast member Liza Morales headed back to court today to battle it out with her baller babydaddy Lamar Odom over custody issues surrounding their two children together…..and reportedly over whether or not the kids would appear on reality television.

via TMZ

Lamar Odom is in a New York courthouse right now … battling it out with baby mama Liza Morales over child support and visitation … and it must be exhausting because Lamar fell asleep on a bench in the hallway.

Lamar told TMZ … he was exhausted with jet lag, which is why he fell into a deep sleep before the hearing. Cops actually became concerned because the Clippers star wasn’t moving, so they nudged him awake.

In addition to child support and visitation, they’re reportedly bickering over whether their son and daughter can appear on their reality TV shows. Lamar is on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Liza was slated to be on a show called “Starter Wives.”

And get this … we asked Lamar about being in the same restaurant last night as Kris Humphries. As we reported, they didn’t speak … but Lamar told us he didn’t see Kris and would have gone up to him and said, “What’s up,” if he knew.

We’re a little confused as to which of these two wants the kids on reality television since neither of them have shows at present.

Khloe and Lamar confirmed last year that their reality show was on hold for now, and Lamar rarely appears on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, not to mention that Liza’s show ‘Starter Wives Confidential’ was recently cancelled……so what’s the beef?

In addition, we asked Liza earlier this year how she felt about the possibility of her children appearing on the KUWTK and she said there’s “nothing I can do” about Lamar being married to a Kardashian.   My how things change…

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