Reality TV star Khloé Kardashian and her estranged husband, former NBA player Lamar Odom, reportedly have reached a settlement in the couple’s second divorce filing in three years.

TMZ.com said Sunday that Kardashian, 32, of E’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” clan, and Odom, who turns 37 on Nov. 6, reached a property settlement on Friday and signed final divorce documents. She had filed on May 26, specifying the two had a prenuptial agreement and that she was formally changing her last name from Odom back to Kardashian.

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California requires a six-month interim after filing before a judge can finalize a divorce, which TMZ said is expected to occur in December.

Kardashian has not commented on social media about the settlement.

The two had married on Sept. 27, 2009, in a lavish Beverly Hills ceremony. But the former Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers forward has had a troubled history with drug abuse, and he was sentenced to 36 months probation on Dec. 9, 2013, after pleading no contest to a DUI charge. Reports at the time said he and Kardashian had mostly lived apart since that summer while attending couples counseling, and they did not spend their fourth anniversary together. The couple formally separated on Dec. 13, 2013, the date of Kardashian’s first divorce filing.

In October 2015, the two called off their pending divorce, the finalization of which had been awaiting only a judge’s signature. That followed Odom’s hospitalization after he had fallen unconscious in a Nevada legal brothel, where he had used cocaine and sexual performance enhancers, according to the Nye County Sheriff’s Office. He was comatose for four days in a Las Vegas hospital before awakening and being transferred to Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

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Odom was discharged to a private facility in January after what his family called a “miraculous” recovery. He celebrated Easter with the Kardashian family in April, amid widespread concern he had returned to substance abuse.