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Lamar Odom lashes out at photographers

Published 11/07/2013

Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom
Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom

Lamar Odom made violent attacks against paparazzi on the same day rumours he has been unfaithful to wife Khloé Kardashian began circulating.

The professional basketball player was captured on video invading a photographer’s car, seemingly without permission.

The clip provided by TMZ shows Lamar open the driver’s door as well as the trunk of the motor vehicle to remove the man’s belongings.

The 33-year-old athlete could be seen tossing items out of the car, leaving a professional camera lying in the middle of the road.

He apparently then smashed another paparazzo’s car with a metal bar before placing the thrown gear into the ruined vehicle.

An open-top Hollywood tour bus containing visitors could be seen at the forefront of the action on the heavily trafficked street.

Immediately following the furious incident the NBA favourite was all smiles when he bizarrely posed for a picture with a fan.

Lamar’s angry movements came on the same day rumours broke that he is cheating on his wife Khloé Kardashian. Khloé and Lamar married in September 2009 after a whirlwind four-week courtship.

Apparently their marriage is now on the rocks as he allegedly has been conducting an affair since January 2012 with a 29-year-old woman by the name of Jennifer Richardson.

Lamar’s violence echoes the actions of his stepbrother Rob Kardashian who confiscated and damaged a paparazzo’s camera equipment earlier this year.

A judge dismissed the two misdemeanour charges associated with the case brought against him by photographer Andra Viak after they reached a settlement.

The incident happened when Ms. Viak began taking photographs of an overweight Rob in the parking garage of a West Hollywood gym back in March.

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