Khloe Kardashian has filed for divorce from Lamar Odom – for the second time.

E! News reported that the 31-year-old reality star has filed for divorce from the NBA star on Thursday and “irreconcilable differences” has been cited as the reason for their separation.

A source told E! News, “Khloe is looking forward to moving on.”

According to Hollywood Life, the reality star “can’t fix” everyone. “I think women in general are ‘fixers.’ We like to fix people, but not everyone can be fixed—or even wants to be fixed,” she explained.

In her recent Instagram post, Khloe Kardashian hinted that she will be okay and will survive whatever happen in the future. “Damaged people are dangerous because they know they can survive,” she posted on IG.

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“Khloe called Lamar this morning to tell him. He is sad but also happy to move on with a clear mind. He is more independent now and with his friends all the time and his kids a lot. So he’s ready to move on,” a source close to Odom told Us Weekly.

According to TMZ, Kardashian re-filed the divorce papers after she saw photos of Odom drinking in March.

The couple wed in September 2009. Khloe Kardashian first filed for divorce in December 2013 after she broke up with the 36-year-old NBA star. However, their divorce was never finalised and Kardashian withdrew it in October 2015 after Odom overdosed at a Nevada brothel.

The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star has been at Odom’s side as he recovered in the hospital. She also accompanied Odom when he made his first public appearance at Kanye West’s Yeezy fashion show at New York Fashion Week in February, Us Weekly noted.

Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian recently opened up about her views of divorce, E! News noted. “It was a challenge for me when I decided to get divorced. At my core, I don’t believe in divorce,” she wrote for Lena Dunham’s newsletter.

Khloe becomes the second Kardashian to divorce an NBA player. Her sister Kim was married to Kris Humphries for 72 days in 2011 before they got divorced, Washington Times noted.