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We hope this isn't true.
A new Daily Mail source claims to have witnessed Lamar Odom "speedballing" — the act of injecting cocaine with heroin or morphine using the same syringe — after the former NBA player had an angry outburst.
This type of deadly combination of drugs has taken the lives of several Hollywood stars including River Phoenix, John Belushi, Chris Farley, and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
As we reported, L.O.'s mood reportedly changed after a particular phone call during his stay at Dennis Hof's Love Ranch.
"Lamar had been partying hard with the girls, snorting cocaine, drinking and taking herbal Viagra. But then his mood changed. He suddenly wanted everyone out, he said he needed to be alone to get some sleep. It was around 6am on Tuesday and one of the girls went back briefly because she'd forgotten a purse or something. When she walked in she saw Lamar shooting up. It shocked her because she hadn't seen him using a needle until then. She presumed he was speedballing. She said Lamar looked up and screamed 'get the hell out.' He had this evil look in his eye. He scared her and she ran out. After that the girls wanted to give him some space, that's why Lamar wasn't found until later that day."
The source from the legal brothel described the alleged "rant," saying:
"He was really bitter, especially towards Kim and her mom, he thinks they all conspired to break him and Khloe up. Now he feels they're using him to boost the show's ratings. He said he asked Khloe not to let the producers film their calls but she refuses … He felt chewed up and spat out. The only Kardashian he had anything good to say about was Rob who he said had been a good friend."
Wow. We are speechless.
In our most recent update, ET reports that the 35-year-old opened his eyes and is showing signs of communication — which is great news for his loved ones including estranged wife Khloe Kardashian who hasn't left his bedside.
We are hoping this is the first of many steps on the road to recovery for Lam!
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