So sad! It was Lamar’s decision to move out of the home he once shared with Khloe, and HollywoodLife.com has all the EXCLUSIVE reasons behind his shocking choice. Read on.
Unfortunately, Lamar Odom‘s alleged drug use and Khloe Kardashian‘s ongoing plea for her troubled husband to get professional help forced the basketball star to move out of the couple’s home.
Lamar Odom Moved Out Of Khloe Kardashian Home To Use Drugs — Doesn’t Want Help
After reports surfaced that Lamar packed his bags earlier in the summer and moved out of the home he once shared with Khloe in Calabasas, Calif., we now understand what led him to make this drastic decision.
“Khloe always knew Lamar dabbled with drugs, but she didn’t get concerned until summer when he moved out of their house so he could do whatever he wanted to,” a friend of the Kardashian family tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He got sick of her nagging him to get help, so he moved out.”
Poor Khloe! It sounds like Lamar couldn’t see that she was only trying to help him. Most drug addicts want to left alone so they can use the drugs of their choice without having to hide them, and this seems to be case with Lamar.
Does Lamar Odom Prefer Skid Row Friends Over The Kardashians?
Anyone who is enabling Lamar with his drug use is obviously not a real friend. Still, the basketball player now feels most comfortable with his so-called friends on Skid Row, a dangerous, drug-infested area in downtown Los Angeles, according to our sources.
“Lamar feels like he’s all alone,” the insider explains. “And the people he’s with make him feel good, and they don’t say no to him or anything. Sadly, he’s got a lot of friends in this town and a lot of them are downtown, which ain’t at all the best area for Lamar to be in unless he’s at Staples.”
It sounds like Lamar is really in trouble. We hope he gets the help he needs and returns to Khloe’s side soon.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Lamar move back home with Khloe? If you were Khloe, would you let Lamar live with you if he wasn’t willing to get help?
–Reporting by Sandra Clark