Owner Of The Brothel Lamar Odom Almost Died At Invites Him Back
Dennis Hof, owner of Nevada's Love Ranch insists this time there won't be any drugs.
As Lamar Odom continues to piece his life back together following his overdose last October, Dennis Hof, the owner of the brothel where Odom nearly died, has extended an invitation but insists this time there won't be any drugs.
"First night and two girls are on me, plus all the Remy Martin you can drink," Hof said.
The Love Ranch owner said he doesn't think women and alcohol were Odom's problems, but drugs, so as long as Odom stays away from the hard stuff all should be well. To further prove his generosity, Hof said he would ensure Odom's privacy by shutting off the security cameras and collecting all phones.
The 6'10 former L.A. Laker and NBA's Sixth Man of The Year was found unconscious at the Nevada brothel on October 13. Odom who was rushed to the hospital still suffered a stroke, kidney failure and had severe cognitive impairment.
“He’s learning how to walk again and feed himself again and put sentences together. It’s a long, long road ahead,” Khloe Kardashian said to Ellen DeGeneres.
Despite all that transpired at the ranch, Hof alleges Odom, if he chooses to return, will be in good hands.
"Don't forget, the people who work here are the one's who saved his life. We truly care about him."