Khloe Kardashian finally broke her silence about her split with Lamar Odom. Almost everyone, if not all, knows that the two decided to file a divorce after their four-year marriage.

Speaking to Howard Stern, Khloe detailed her estranged-husband's "disgusting" cheating habits when they were still together. "Lamar was so great at making me feel like I was the only one and I was this princess, so I never speculated about his cheating," the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, 31, recalled of their relationship. "He was so good. Nothing was on his cellphones."

Khloe revealed that Lamar's text conversation with other girls were concealed by his assistant. "He had an assistant, so they were all on his assistant's phone. He was really crafty," the "Kocktails With Khloé" host said of the NBA player's communications. "Oh, it's disgusting! All of these rumors were coming out in the weeklies ... and I was like, 'Where there's smoke, there's fire.' Something has to be right here ... I was pissed and he was pissed."

While the former athlete denied all the cheating reports at that time, Khloe discovered Lamar's betrayal after one of his mistresses spoke out. She said that one girl is so "adamant" and the former Clippers player blamed another teammate when she started confronting him about it.

Aside from that, the "Strong Looks Better Naked" author also divulged that Lamar gave her an amazing s-- life. "Obviously, we had phenomenal sex, that's for sure," Khloe dished. "It was just the most intense relationship I've ever had - in a great way."

To recall, Khloe and Lamar decided to go on separate ways in 2013. Despite the betrayal her husband did to her, the sister of Kourtney, Rob and Kim Kardashian said that she did not regret anything about their relationship.

"For me, I wouldn't change what I did, because it was some of the best times in my life," Khloe told Howard during the interview. "I needed that experience for me ... The love I received was the love I needed to have at that time ... I don't think I'd do it again, but I don't regret doing it."