She makes 10 percent commission off all of her children's ventures.
And now it appears that the prospect of Kris Jenner losing one of her daughter's reality shows has made the famous Kardashian matriarch anxious.
It has been reported that 'momager' Kris is less than pleased that Khloe has decided to put her and her husband's reality TV show Khloe & Lamar on hold and that the couple and Kris are said to be at 'odds'.
At odds? Kris Jenner is reportedly less than pleased that her daughter Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar are putting their reality TV show on hold
According to Radaronline.com, the mother-of-six has been trying to convince the 27-year-old that Khloe and the basketballer need to stay on air.
'The idea to pull the plug on the show was all Lamar's,' a source told the website.
'He felt that it was becoming a distraction and Khloé fully supported her husband.
'Lamar just isn't in a good place right now, he is dealing with his ailing father and trying to get back into shape so he can sign with an NBA team.
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'Kris doesn't think it was necessary for them to not do another season of the show though and told them that Ryan Seacrest's production team would work with Khloé and Lamar to film less.
'Kris told Khloé that viewers could be inspired by what they are going through right now because the unemployment rate is so high.
'However, Khloé isn't budging and told her mom there will be no show, period. This is the problem when a mother makes money off of her kids, it could cloud her judgement.
Over it: The decision to pull the plug on Khloe & Lamar was said to be all Lamar's idea, but Khloe fully supported her husband
The insider hinted that the reason why Kris is desperately trying to change their mind has all to do with money.
'Kris gets a 10 percent commission on all of her children and Lamar's deals that she has brokered,' the insider added.
'Kris is now losing money because of Khloé and Lamar's decision to not do another season.'
Reports that the married couple were pulling plug on their show, which currently airs on E!, came earlier today.
Keen: According to the TMZ.com, Lamar is keen to revive his playing career, after he was put on the Dallas Mavericks 'inactive list' following a less than successful season
It was also reported that the pair would be significantly limiting their time on the main family programme Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
According to the TMZ.com, Lamar is keen to revive his playing career, after he was put on the Dallas Mavericks 'inactive list' following a less than successful season.
A spokesperson for Khloe said the future of the show is still up in the air, telling Mail Online: 'It will depend on their schedules as Lamar’s basketball schedule is a priority.'
A source told RadarOnline.com that Lamar thought the show was not helping his sports career.
Down time: Lamar has been spending time with his wife and her famous family in New York following the news he was leaving the Dallas Mavericks
'Lamar felt that being on the show hurt his prospects of being signed with another NBA team because he was so unhappy on recent episodes of the show when he was traded to Dallas,' the source said.
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'This season on Khloé and Lamar's reality show viewers have watched Lamar sulk and complain about how the Los Angeles Lakers traded him and his inability to find his groove with his new teammates.'
The couple were spotted in New York today where they joined the rest of the clan to promote the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Lamar released a statement earlier this month when the news of his Dallas departure was announced, which read: 'The Mavericks and I have mutually agreed that it's in the best interest of both parties for me to step away from the team.
'I'm sorry that things didn't work out better for both of us, but I wish the Mavs' organisation, my team mates and Dallas fans nothing but continued success in the defence of their championship.'
The 32-year-old sportsman, who now lives in Los Angeles full-time with Khloe, has hired a trainer in a bid to improve his skills on the court.
It is believed he is hoping to be traded from the Mavericks once the basketball season draws to a close.
Khloe & Lamar, which airs in America on Sunday nights, has proved a more than successful spin-off of the main Kardashian vehicle.
It followed in the footsteps of the family's other spin-offs, including Kourtney & Kim Take New York, and Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, as well as Kim's Fairytale Wedding - which followed the most famous Kardashian as she prepared to wed her now estranged husband Kris Humphries.
It was reported earlier this month that the Kardashian family had signed a $40 million three-year contract with E!, with sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, as well as parents Kris and Bruce Jenner, all earning equal pay.
The seventh season begins airing in the States on May 20.