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Lamar Odom: Love Ranch Hooker Who Found Him Unconscious Reported Missing

Mon, October 19, 2015 12:47pm EDT by 2 Comments

One of the hookers at the Love Ranch brothel, in which Lamar Odom was found unconscious, has reportedly gone missing. Bunny Lain, who was said to be ‘distraught’ over the situation, has not been seen by friends or coworkers for days.

Bunny Lain, an employee at the Love Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nevada, has reportedly gone missing. Bunny had allegedly partied with Lamar Odom, 35, before he was found unconscious inside the brothel, which boasts a reported 500 employees, on Oct. 13. Bunny was last seen in Las Vegas very early on Oct. 17, and her whereabouts are currently unknown, according to some friends and coworkers. We have the sad details.

Love Ranch owner, Dennis Hoff, has spoken out on Bunny’s apparent disappearance. “Bunny was extremely distraught over the unfortunate Lamar experience and could not quit crying for days,” he told TMZ. Dennis also added that, Bunny left the ranch on Oct. 15, after he and the other staffers tried to stop her as “they didn’t want her to be alone in that state.”

Bunny’s friends did not specify who she was with in Las Vegas, which is about an hour from the Love Ranch, however, they told the site that they plan to file a missing person report with the police.

It isn’t known how much time Lamar and Bunny had spent together during his reported 4-day binge at the ranch, however, Lamar had allegedly spent much of that time pouring his heart out to the brothel’s employees. “He was all freaked out about Khloe [Kardashian], fixated on her,” a source told Mail Online. “He was showing the girls photos of them together and wanted to pour his heart out, he wasn’t there just for sex, he needed a shoulder to cry on, companionship. He seemed lost.”

UpdateTMZ spoke with a friend of Bunny’s, who told the site that she is with her family and is safe, just choosing to be reclusive and off the radar.

This is all so sad. We continue to send prayers to everyone touched by this awful situation.

— Casey Mink