Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have reportedly put their marital home in Tarzana, California, on the market.
The couple - who tied the knot in September 2009 after just one month of dating - have reportedly put their mansion in Tarzana, California, on the market.
The pair's marriage has been rocked in recent months by allegations of drug abuse and infidelity by Lamar and news that they have listed the property will further fuel rumours their relationship is in trouble.
While Lamar insisted last week their marriage was "unbreakable", Khloe is said to be struggling to forgive the NBA player for his apparent bad behaviour.
According to TMZ, Khloe has given the Federal San Fernando Valley realtors a pocket listing, which means the house will only be advertised privately to avoid public speculation.
The gossip website claims the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star told estate agents she hopes the sale will help her "start fresh and move on".
Khloe, 29, and Lamar, 34, are asking $4 million for the property, which they originally purchased for $3.95 million.
Buyers must pre-qualify before seeing the house, meaning they must provide proof they have the funds to make a purchase.
Meanwhile, Khloe made a series of philosophical postings on Twitter today (07.11.13), saying she was grateful to have met so many significant people in her life and is thankful for the life lessons they have given her.
She tweeted: "We don't meet people by chance. We all are destined to cross paths for a reason. Even if its only for a lesson, an impact, (1) an awakening or a lifetime. Everyone serves their purpose. Every encounter, every life lesson, every trial, every (2) smile... Was individually given because God knew which angels he could trust with HIS missions (sic)"