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After seeing their lives broadcast on TV for 11 seasons, the Kardashians have got to be pretty good at separating fact from fiction -- and catching an editor's tendency to up the drama factor.

That proclivity for bending the truth to make a real-life story a little more compelling is what Khloe Kardashian sees happening in "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" to an extent.

During an appearance on James Corden's "Late Late Show" Feb. 23, Khloe said that while the miniseries about O.J.'s trial and her father, Robert Kardashian's role in it is "phenomenal," it hasn't necessarily stuck to factual details.

For example, "when O.J. was contemplating suicide it was in my room, not Kim's room," the "Kocktails with Khloe" star said.

She also took issue with the detail in which a crowd could be heard chanting "Kardashian" as Khloe's dad read what may have been a suicide note aloud.

"They're sort of sensationalizing the Kardashian name in it, I think, to bring a younger audience in," she said. "I even called Kim, because I was 10 [at the time]. I was like, 'Did that happen? I don't remember any of this happening?' And she was like, 'Absolutely not did that happen.'"

Khloe sees plenty of positive aspects to the series, too, although overall, it seems to have brought back some bad memories.

"I really appreciate the way they portrayed my father," she said.

"People were really cruel during that time. They used to key 'Guilty' on my dad's car when we would walk out of church," she said. "It was horrible."

Meanwhile, the newly single reality star has a full plate as she balances shooting and promoting her new series with maintaining personal relationships with her ex, Lamar Odom, and estranged brother, Rob Kardashian.

"It's simple," she Instagrammed to Rob after he moved out over his relationship with Blac Chyna. "I miss you 😫😫😫."