Khloe Kardashian must be so relieved! Even though he remains in the hospital, a new report reveals that Lamar Odom has been moved out of the ICU. Great news for his recovery!
Lamar Odom, 35, is definitely doing better, according to a new report that reveals he has been transferred out of the Intensive Care Unit. On top of that, the report claims that the former NBA star has regained most of his motor functions which he temporarily lost after suffering an alleged 12 strokes from his near-fatal overdose on Oct. 13. To hear more about Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
This is such good news! Lamar’s miraculous recovery continues going well, as he has now been moved out of the ICU, reports PEOPLE. He will remain hospitalized and is still receiving daily dialysis due to his kidney failure, but his ongoing recovery remains successful.
“He still has a long way to go,” a source close to the situation shared with the outlet. But, they also shared that his physical therapy is going well, too.
“After therapy, he is able to take a few steps with help,” the source explained, which goes hand-in-hand with previous reports that also say Lamar is “walking with help” now. His children must be so thrilled to see their father doing so great!
Knowing that Lamar is doing so great after such a terrifying ordeal must have his estranged wife, Khloe Kardashian, 31, feeling so relieved. She has barely left his side since he was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel on Tuesday, Oct. 13, and her continued support is definitely helping Lamar strive. Of course, as HollywoodLife.com previously and EXCLUSIVELY reported, Lamar is motivated to get better specifically for Khloe.
“A few of Lamar’s organs may have shut down, but his heart never stopped beating,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY before he was moved out of ICU. “[His heart] beats for Khloe. The divorce is off the table.”
As always, HollywoodLife.com‘s thoughts remain with Lamar as well as his friends and family as they work on his recovery during this difficult time.
— Lauren Cox