Update: Dennis Hof tells Us Weekly that Lamar Odom came on Saturday, Oct. 10, “wanting to get away and have some fun.” According to the Love Ranch South owner, Odom was found unconscious by two women, Ryder Cherry and Monica Monroe, around 3 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon after they left him to sleep at 6 a.m.
Upon alerting staff that Odom was unconscious, they called 911, who instructed employees to “roll him on his left side.” Hof explains that "a bunch of ugly stuff came out of him."
Hof tells Us that there were no signs of drugs but that the athlete “was taking herbal viagra.”
“He said he was just trying to get away from people so he could have some time to himself without the pressures of being who he is,” Hof recalls to Us.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that a call from Hof's ranch came into the dispatch center at 3:15 p.m., requesting an ambulance for an unresponsive male. An ambulance arrived at 3:34 p.m., and responders stabilized Odom and took him to Desert View Hospital.
The Sheriff's Office noted that arrangements were made to transfer the NBA player to another hospital via helicopter, but that the plan was scrapped because that mode of transport was not possible "due to his stature." Instead, he was immediately transported by ambulance to Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas for further treatment.
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Lamar Odom was found unconscious after reportedly partying for days at Dennis Hof’s Love Ranch South in Nevada on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
According to TMZ, the basketball pro arrived at the ranch on Saturday, Oct. 10, and was found unconscious on Tuesday after reportedly partying with a group of women.
Upon arriving at a hospital in Pahrump, Nev., Odom was intubated, and then taken to another hospital in Las Vegas for further treatment, TMZ reports.