Lamar Odom’s Explosive Memoir Makes Shocking Claims About Marriage To Khloe Kardashian

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“You don’t know what I’m capable of!” 

CONTENT WARNING: This story discusses domestic violence and drug use.

In his explosive memoir that dropped today, ‘Darkness To Light’ Lamar Odom revealed shocking details about his marriage to Khloe Kardashian.

Lamar recalls “forcefully” grabbing his then-wife and threatening her, saying the incident is “the most regrettable moment” of his entire life.

According to Good Morning America, Lamar discussed the drug-induced rage in his memoir and revealed it stemmed from Khloe for coming into his room:

“You trying to embarrass me in front of my friends? I’ll f***ing kill you! You don’t know what I’m capable of!”

During the interview with GMA, Lamar revealed how he feels about that moment now:

“I’m pretty sure she had to be scared at that point in time. I’m thinking about it now, like, I couldn’t believe how I was treating that queen like that.”

He also claims his former wife "beat up" a stripper she caught him with during their marriage.

Daily Mail reports Odom recalled booking a room at the Hotel Roosevelt in 2012 - for a bender filled with drugs and women. 

He claims there were "naked girls everywhere" when Khloe and her mom Kris Jenner allegedly barged into the hotel room with their personal security guards after obtaining a key from hotel staff.

"[She] opened the door and pounced on the first girl she saw."

Lamar claims Khloe, "beat the s**t out of one of the girls who tried to protest. 

“She's dropping vicious blows all over the top of this girl's head,” he alleged.

According to the former Lakers star, Kris was screaming as security attempted to pull Khloe off the woman.

Lamar said he remembers Khloe telling him to pack up his things as security staff cleared the hotel room of drugs and drug paraphernalia.

The marriage allegedly broke down in 2016 because of his many affairs as well as his struggle with addiction. 

Khloe has yet to formally respond to the memoir. However, she has posted cryptic quotes to her Instagram story:

Image credit: Getty Images / Matt Petit / Contributor and Instagram.

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Written By Christina Cavaleri


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