Lamar Odom Collapses At Nightclub Due To Dehydration

by Sophie Craig November 7, 2017, 0:43
Lamar Odom Collapses At Nightclub Due To Dehydration

Lamar Odom is reportedly "doing well" after he collapsed over the weekend at a Los Angeles nightclub.

In footage obtained by TMZ, Lamar was seen falling to the ground in a VIP booth, receiving aid to stand up as he collapsed onto the sofa in front of him.

A spokesperson for the former National Basketball Association player released a statement to E!

While Odom does have a history with substance abuse (including a near-death from an overdose at a brothel in 2015), his representative said the collapse was due to dehydration. "It was also very hot in the club and he has seen his doctors and is doing great".

Odom was found unconscious at a brothel near Las Vegas in 2015 and almost died.

Khloe Kardashian Odom and Lamar Odom in 2013.

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Many thought Odom had gotten his life back on track after leaving rehab once again earlier this year after a huge hospital scare, but after recent incidents, that doesn't seem to be the case.

During the health crisis, Kardashian called off their protracted divorce proceedings to help make all of Odom's medical decisions as his legal spouse.

"I was screaming", said Kardashian, 33.

So scary to see something like this, especially with a person like Lamar Odom who has always been battling addiction.

The rep spoke out for Odom and explained why he lost consciousness. "Think about the others that are battling addiction".

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