New details are emerging about the tragic circumstances in which basketball star and ex-husband of Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, was found unconscious on Tuesday, Oct. 13, three days after checking into the Love Ranch.
As previously reported, Dennis Hof, the owner of the legal brothel the Love Ranch, told Us Weekly that Odom first came in on Saturday, Oct. 10, “wanting to get away and have some fun,” and was later found on Tuesday, Oct. 13, unconscious by two Love Ranch employees, Ryder Cherry and Monica Monroe.
The ladies said they had left Odom, 35, at 6 a.m. to sleep and later discovered him to be unresponsive at 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Cherry has not commented on social media about the incident, but has populated her now-private Twitter page with a series of racy, nipple-baring photos of herself, encouraging patrons to come to see her at the Love Ranch.
The Love Ranch is a legal, licensed brothel, which has also been known as the BunnyRanch Two, Kitty’s Pussycat Lounge, Miss Kitty’s Cathouse, and Madame Kitty’s Fantasy Ranch.
Hof also told Us that there were no signs of drugs around Odom when he was found, but noted he “was taking herbal Viagra.”
Hello world this is me. Life should be fun for everyone! pic.twitter.com/wqPjctzCJl
— Ryder Cherry (@RyderCherry) September 16, 2015
“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,” Hoff added.
As previously reported, Odom’s ex Khloe — along with her mom, Kris Jenner, and sister Kim Kardashian — rushed to be by his side shortly after the news broke. The reality star is “inconsolable,” one source told Us Weekly.
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