As Lamar Odom’s barely clinging onto life in a Las Vegas hospital, shocking new details have emerged about the bizarre circumstances in which he was found unconscious on Oct. 13. Madison Montag was named as one of the prostitutes who found Lamar unresponsive at the Love Ranch, and we’ve just learned that she’s transexual.
Madison Montag, who was one of the prostitutes to find Lamar Odom unconscious at Nevada’s legal brothel Love Ranch on Oct. 13, is actually one of Nevada’s first openly transexual prostitutes. And what’s weirdly coincidental is that she was actually being promoted as the brothel’s “own Caitlyn Jenner.” That seems pretty awkward, considering Caitlyn Jenner is Lamar’s ex, Khloe Kardashian‘s, stepdad and his former father-in-law.
Dennis Hof, who owns the brothel, told Us Weekly that Lamar checked into Love Ranch on Oct. 10, “wanting to get away and have some fun,” but he was found unconscious on Oct. 13 by two employees, Ryder Cherry and Madison Montag. Madison and Ryder allegedly left Lamar’s room at 6am ET to let him sleep, but when they came back at 3pm ET, he was unresponsive. And that’s when 911 was called. It’s unclear at this time what Lamar and the girls were doing before they left him alone.
On Madison’s Instagram page, she describes herself as a “model, legal courtesan, sex icon,” and her photos are pretty steamy. After news of Lamar’s hospitalization emerged, Madison tweeted the following message:
— IG: MADISONMONTAG (@MadisonMontag) October 14, 2015
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, after Lamar was found bleeding and unconscious, he was rushed to a hospital, where he was intubated. Khloe raced to Lamar’s bedside late Tuesday evening, as four of his vital organs are failing and doctors are reportedly giving him just a 50/50 chance at recovery. Khloe is actually making all the medical decisions, TMZ claims, as she’s still legally married to the former NBA player.
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