About three and a half years ago, Lamar Odom nearly waltzed with the Grim Reaper for a second time (the first was when he danced with Pimp Mama Kris at his wedding to Khloe Kartrashian), when he overdosed on the bad shit at The Love Ranch (aka The BunnyRanch Two) in Nevada. Up until now, we all thought that Lamar knowingly filled his body with all sorts of mind, soul, and organ-numbing stuff, which led to his almost appointment with death. But Lamar is now saying that he never took drugs that night and believes that brothel owner Dennis Hof, who died last year of a heart attack before his ghost won a state assembly seat in Nevada, tried to kill him by poisoning him. Lamar must’ve successfully completed Detective La Toya’s GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF EVERYTHING™ online course, because he’s confident he’s going to find the truth!
This week marked the one-year anniversary of former Kardashian husband Lamar Odom’s overdose kontretemps at a Nevada whorehouse. As you know, former NBA player Lamar (probably having experienced an epiphany along the lines of “my wife only married me because her family are professional fame whores and they kollect famous penises of color like some people collect coins from the Franklin Mint),” mired himself in leased vagine and hard drugs and nearly died at the Love Ranch South in Pahrump, Nevada. Well, the owner of the Love Ranch, Dennis Hof, has discovered that the merest whiff of a Kardashian in your life (think burning pool innertubes and formaldehyde) brings ruin and devastation. His house in Reno burned down and he thinks the Kardashians kursed him!
In the event you were looking for a definition for the word “Shameless“, I think I can help you out. Dennis Hof, the dude who owns the Nevada brothel where Lamar Odom was found unconscious and Pimp Mama Kris’ biggest competition for the person who is being the most tacky during this whole ordeal, has once again opened his mouth and coughed up a pile of stink. You would have thought he had gotten it all out during that appearance on Nancy Grace, but apparently not.