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Brothel wants Lamar back

16 May 2016 - 08:43 By KATHARINE CHILD and REUTERS

Former basketball professional and star of reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Lamar Odom, has been invited back to the Nevada brothel at which he collapsed from a drug overdose last year. Dennis Hof, owner of Love Ranch, told entertainment website TMZ that he would ban Odom from taking drugs - but offered him free drinks."[The] first night and two girls are on me, plus all the Remy Martin you can drink."Hof promised he would ensure the former LA Lakers player's privacy by turning off security cameras and making sure that the ladies did not have phones with them.Hof said: "Don't forget, the people who work here are the one's who saved his life. We truly care about him."Hof, at the time, blamed Odom's collapse on "herbal Viagra" but it emerged that Odom had accidentally overdosed on cocaine.He was found unresponsive, with blood and white substance exuding from his nose.His former wife, Khloe Kardashian, who was dating someone else at the time, cared for him and visited him in hospital despite already having signed the divorce papers.She, through her publicist , hit back at Hof for doing interviews while Odom recovered in hospital.Odom apparently left without paying his bill of $75 000 (about R1.1-million).Hof said: "I a m getting a lot of questions [from Lamar's accountants]. They a re requesting the credit card slips and asking, 'D id he sign them?'"I sent them his driver's licence, the slips and other stuff. They need to do the right thing and pay."Odom split with Kardashian in 2013. Their courtship, wedding and four-year marriage were featured in the television series, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and Khloe and Lamar...

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