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Lamar Odom Taken Off Ventilator — Family Thinks It’s A Miracle

Fri, October 16, 2015 8:14pm EDT by 13 Comments

Just days after Lamar Odom was found unconscious in a brothel, he has finally woken up from his coma and is breathing again without any help from a ventilator! An insider gave HollywoodLife.com the EXCLUSIVE details on Lamar’s current condition.

It’s a miracle! Lamar Odom, 35, is slowly getting better after being in a coma for roughly 72 hours. The former NBA player woke up from his deep sleep and an insider gave HollywoodLife.com the EXCLUSIVE details about Lamar’s well being. The 35-year-old apparently no longer needs help breathing!

“Lamar is off the ventilator and resting,” the insider EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com. “He’s surrounded by his kids, aunts and cousins. His room is very peaceful and filled with love.” The 35-year-old being off the ventilator is one of the signs that he’s on his way to getting better.

The family is absolutely relieved that Lamar’s condition is changing for the better. “He opens his eye, talks softly to his kids for a few joyful moments and then goes back to sleep,” the insider continued to tell us. “Everyone feels it’s honestly a miracle. There is no other explanation.” It’s such a wonderful miracle. When Lamar woke up, the first person he spoke to was Khloe Kardashian, 31.

 

Lamar Immediately Speaks To Khloe When He Awakens

Hey, baby,” Lamar said to Khloe on Oct. 16. He then gave her a thumbs up and and went back to sleep, a source has revealed to E! News. Their source also revealed the same details we knew earlier about Lamar being able to breathe on his own. TMZ also included that he has switched from a ventilator to a mask to wean him off of the life support. The NBA star was also asked if he wanted to see his children, Destiny, 17, and Lamar Jr., 13, when he was awake. Lamar reportedly indicated “Yes,” sources told ETonline. It is not confirmed whether he spoke or just moved his head.

HollywoodLifers, are you glad Lamar is getting better?

— Michelle Phi, reporting by Tim Plant