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Khloé Kardashian’s ex Lamar Odom ‘found unconscious at brothel’

Published 14/10/2015

Lamar Odom
Lamar Odom

Lamar Odom has supposedly been rushed to hospital in Nevada after being discovered unresponsive in his room at a house of prostitution.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Khloé Kardashian’s ex-husband Lamar Odom is reportedly “fighting for his life” after being found unconscious at a brothel in Nevada.

The 35-year-old professional athlete has had a long history of substance abuse and in the past he was even suspended by his former employer the National Basketball Association for violating their anti-drug policy.

According to TMZ Lamar may be using drugs again, as he was allegedly found unresponsive at Dennis Hof's Love Ranch South in Pahrump, Nevada during the afternoon on Tuesday 13 October (15). It’s claimed he checked into the brothel on Saturday 10 October (15) and has been using an herbal supplement meant to stimulate the libido like erectile dysfunction medication Viagra throughout his stay.

The outlet reports after partying with the prostitutes for several days in a row, someone found Lamar unconscious in his room.

“The person rolled the former NBA star over and saw fluid streaming out of his mouth,” the website writes.

Lamar is now said to be “fighting for his life”, as he was taken by ambulance to Pahrump hospital, where he was incubated by doctors. The process of incubation indicates he was probably not breathing on his own.

Lamar was then airlifted to a hospital in Las Vegas for further treatment.

Khloé filed for divorce from Lamar in 2013, but the exes did not sign the legal documents to finalise the end of their marriage until July (15).

Although Khloé did not comment directly on Lamar’s alleged health problems, the reality star shared a tweet on Tuesday (13Oct15) that seems to allude to the situation.

“I’m alllll (sic) about self-improvement and these are the self-help books on my bedside table,” she wrote on Twitter, attaching a picture of author Robert M. Drake’s book Black Butterfly.

Black Butterfly is dedicated to those who are dealing with the death of a loved one.

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