This Kardashian has a sixth sense. The day Lamar Odom was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel last October, his estranged wife, Khloé Kardashian, had an eerie vision about planning the former athlete's funeral.
"I've always been known to have, like, premonitions," Kardashian, 31, shared in a new video on her website. "When my ex — he just had an accident — and the morning of, I was driving, and I told my mom, 'I have a feeling.' I just had a visual I was planning Lamar's funeral. I was like, 'You need to call and make sure he's OK.'"
Hours later, the former NBA player was found unconscious at the Love Ranch South in Pahrump, Nevada. "I had a photo shoot, and on my way home from the photo shoot, they said he got into that accident," Kardashian recalled of that harrowing day. "And I was like, 'Oh my God.'"
Odom remained unconscious for three days until he miraculously opened his eyes 72 hours later. Throughout the ordeal, Kardashian barely left his side, and even refused to take showers as she watched over her ex. A source told Us at the time that the Strong Looks Better Naked author — who called off their divorce so she could make medical decisions on his behalf — was "like a shell of a person."
Indeed, on a recent episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the reality star's sisters and mom detailed the trauma she endured as Odom's condition remained uncertain. Kourtney Kardashian shared on the Sunday, January 31, episode that Khloé felt "guilty for needing to leave even if it's to take a shower."
Kris Jenner also alluded to Khloé's state of mind during the scare. "I'm gonna go back this afternoon," the momager said at one point. "See what Khloé needs, take her some clothes, hopefully she'll get her hair washed."
Since the incident, Odom's condition has improved significantly. The former athlete was strong enough to board a private plane bound for NYC late Wednesday, February 10. Us Weekly exclusively revealed that he will sit with the Kardashian family at Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 Fashion Week show on Thursday, February 11.
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