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Khloe Kardashian launched an eBay store with husband Lamar Odom in the summer.
And it seems that the reality star may now be getting a tad carried away with the website and its addictive nature.
The 28-year-old has started putting items from the more intimate section of her wardrobe up for sale – including her underwear and sexy negligees
One of the sports bras Khloe is selling is advertised as ‘pre-owned’, and on Tuesday had raked in 13 bids from happy shoppers hoping to get their mitts on the workout wear Khloe has been sweating in.
Unfortunately, the brunette’s silky slips weren’t garnering quite as much attention on the site.
A sweaty souvenir: Fans can bid on Khloe's sports bras, one of which is advertised as 'pre-owned'
Sorry Lamar: Some of Khloe's saucy sleepwear is also up for grabs on the auction site
And perhaps Lamar will be sad to see the saucier items in Khloe’s wardrobe shipped off to the highest bidder.
But fortunately, it’s all for a good cause.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of Khloe’s items will go to Lamar’s charity Cathy’s Kids, which benefits underprivileged children living in the inner cities of New York and Los Angeles.
Well, it is addictive: Perhaps Khloe's decision to sell her more intimate items was because she got carried away with the nature of the site
Not so popular: One of Khloe's silky slips had only received one bid on Tuesday and the price remained at just $0.99
A grey knitted sweater with star print by Wildfox is the priciest of Khloe’s commodities, and on Tuesday the price was sitting at $202.50 with 15 bids.
Meanwhile the most popular item thus far is a pair of AM aviator sunglasses, which had been bid on 59 times on Tuesday.
Khloe’s sister Kim also launched an eBay store and sold some of her wardrobe in the summer, with part of the proceeds supporting Life Change Community Church.
For a good cause: A portion of the proceeds go to Lamar's charity Cathy's Kids, which helps underprivileged children in New York and Los Angeles