Former NBA Player Lamar Odom Claims Attempted Murder at Nevada Brothel



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Former NBA Player  Lamar Odom Claims Attempted Murder at Nevada Brothel

In a shocking turn of events, Lamar Odom, the 43-year-old former NBA player known for his turbulent personal life, has made serious allegations against the owner of the brothel where he overdosed in 2015. Odom claims that Dennis Hof, the owner of the Nevada brothel, attempted to kill him.

According to initial reports, Odom fell into a coma after consuming cocaine, Viagra, and alcohol while spending four days at the brothel and spending $75,000 on cocaine. However, Odom denies these allegations and asserts that he only drank alcohol that evening.

“I didn't do drugs, I wound up with drugs in my system..”. , “I got there, had a drink, and woke up 3 days later ripping tubes out of my neck not knowing how I got there” he said in an interview on a Fox primetime special Monday at 9PM.

Odom's allegations have gained attention following the release of the documentary "S***, drugs and the Kardashians," in which he discusses the incident and his fight for survival. When asked directly if he had used drugs that night, Odom firmly stated, "as much as I'm positive I'm a black man sitting in front of you."

Lamar Odom

Throughout his career, Odom played for various teams including the Los Angeles Lakers, where he won two NBA championship rings alongside Kobe Bryant, the Clippers, Miami, Dallas, and Baskonia.

He is also known for his tumultuous marriage to Khloe Kardashian and for claiming to have slept with 2,000 women. Odom's overdose and subsequent hospitalization made headlines and shocked the public. At the time, it was unclear whether he would survive.

However, Odom eventually made a recovery and has since been open about his struggles with addiction and his journey to sobriety. It is uncertain whether Odom’s allegations are true, they have undoubtedly stirred up conversation.

It remains to be seen how things will turn out and whether any new details will surface.