Khloe Kardashian was never one to shy away from reality TV cameras when discussing her sex life with Lamar Odom, so it's no surprise she felt comfortable enough to make their own personal sex tape.

During a Sunday appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Kardashian admitted she still has access to X-rated videos starring Odom, whom she intends to officially divorce.

"I've definitely recorded myself having sex with my ex husband," the Keeping Up with the Kardashians and former Khloe & Lamar star told Cohen. "But not like, talking to camera. You remember those little cameras, little video cameras, that was my jam for a moment."

"I hope you still have them," Cohen said to her.

"I do," Kardashian, 31, replied with a smile. "In my safe."

Kardashian then touched upon an entirely different, more serious subject. Cohen asked the reality TV star if the fact Odom was found back in October unconscious in a Nevada brothel from a drug overdose made the situation more difficult for her to deal with.

"I didn't know that particular situation was going to happen, but I always feared the end result. That was obviously a reason why I left the marriage," Kardashian explained.

"I never imagined it would be at a brothel and that whole dramatic situation, [but] I just knew I had to get to his side. I was like, 'He can't be [in the hospital] by himself, alone.' He's a great person. His demons are overshadowing what a great heart he has, and I know his soul is still great and he's a great, beautiful person. He just could not be there alone, and I felt I had to be that person."

After confirming Odom is finally out of the hospital, Kardashian revealed he's also walking and talking again.

"It's literally a miracle," she insisted. "He was in a coma, I was told he had four hours to live... He literally could not speak or walk until three weeks ago. Doctors are astounded, but it's because of his athleticism. He's been a basketball player his whole life, so I imagine that has something to do with it. I really pray that this is a wake-up call for him."