Report: Lamar Odom has drug addiction

Report: Lamar Odom has drug addiction

Posted: Updated:
Khloe Kardasian and Lamar Odom debutf their uni-sex perfume Unbreakable at Perfumania in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Roberto Gonzalez) Khloe Kardasian and Lamar Odom debutf their uni-sex perfume Unbreakable at Perfumania in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Roberto Gonzalez)
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

NBA free agent and reality TV star Lamar Odom is reportedly addicted to prescription drugs including Oxycontin and Ambien.

RadarOnline.com and TMZ.com report the Queens native was kicked out of his home by wife Khloe Kardashian last Wednesday when he rejected a family intervention.

TMZ reports that Odom, a former player for the LA Lakers and LA Clippers, moved on to crack cocaine and has been on a binge since being forced out of his California mansion.

His agent, Jeff Schwartz, told the gossip website that Kardashian has visited her husband at an undisclosed location and that he is "fine."

Odom is reportedly prepared to make a statement about his prescription drug addiction, according to RadarOnline.

Rumors have swirled about a deteriorating marriage for the couple who wed only four weeks after first meeting.  Several women have come forward alleging affairs with the NBA standout.

Kardashian, one of the stars of the reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has discussed their failed attempts at conceiving a child.

 

  • EntertainmentMore>>

  • Shawn Mendes EP rockets to No. 1 thanks to Vine

    Shawn Mendes EP rockets to No. 1 thanks to Vine

    Monday, July 28 2014 10:45 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:45:13 GMT
    Singer Shawn Mendes is a 15-year-old Vine video superstar from Canada. His dreamy 6-second plea to his fans to buy his new EP catapulted Mendes to the No. 1 spot for EPs on iTunes. And it all happened for him in just 37 minutes.He became twitter's top trending topic as well with the hashtag #shawntonumber1.
    Singer Shawn Mendes is a 15-year-old Vine video superstar from Canada. His dreamy 6-second plea to his fans to buy his new EP catapulted Mendes to the No. 1 spot for EPs on iTunes. And it all happened for him in just 37 minutes.He became twitter's top trending topic as well with the hashtag #shawntonumber1.
  • Group calls for end to sexual harassment at Comic Con

    Group calls for end to sexual harassment at Comic Con

    Monday, July 28 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:33:07 GMT
    If you've never been, the annual convention for comic book fans known as Comic Con can be quite an eyeful. Women and men often even dress up as their favorite comic book character. Some of those costumes especially among the women can be revealing and proactive. Some women formed a group called Geeks for Consent. They have collected more than 2,500 signatures on a petition demanding that Comic Con organizers adopt a zero-tolerance policy against sexual harassment.
    If you've never been, the annual convention for comic book fans known as Comic Con can be quite an eyeful. Women and men often even dress up as their favorite comic book character. Some of those costumes especially among the women can be revealing and proactive. Some women formed a group called Geeks for Consent. They have collected more than 2,500 signatures on a petition demanding that Comic Con organizers adopt a zero-tolerance policy against sexual harassment.
  • SummerStage: you still have time to catch a show

    SummerStage: you still have time to catch a show

    Monday, July 28 2014 10:22 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:22:53 GMT
    You've got a few more weeks to enjoy SummerStage, New York's annual performing arts showcase that's 28 years running. But it's not just music: there is dance, comedy, theater, you name it. There are several shows weekly at 14 different parks throughout the five boroughs. A recent show at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park paid tribute to Pete Seeger. Most of the shows are free and are funded by tickets purchased for the some of the bigger acts.
    You've got a few more weeks to enjoy SummerStage, New York's annual performing arts showcase that's 28 years running. But it's not just music: there is dance, comedy, theater, you name it. There are several shows weekly at 14 different parks throughout the five boroughs. A recent show at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park paid tribute to Pete Seeger. Most of the shows are free and are funded by tickets purchased for the some of the bigger acts.
Powered by WorldNow
Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices