Lamar Odom's Children Rush With Their Mother and His Father to Las Vegas Hospital

Lamar Odom’s Children Rush With Their Mother and His Father to Las Vegas Hospital

According to E! News the 31-year-old E! star arranged for Odom’s father, Joe Odom, as well as the former NBA star’s two children, Destiny Odom and Lamar Odom Jr. and their mother, Liza Morales, to fly out to Las Vegas as the 35-year-old remains in a coma after being found unconscious in a Nevada brothel following an apparent drug overdose.


We’re told that Odom’s two children, along with Morales, are currently en route to the hospital from New York. Joe Odom, meanwhile, was photographed at Sunrise Hospital earlier today.

Khloé and Lamar are still legally husband and wife, meaning the 31-year-old E! star is in charge of making medical decisions at this time.

Khloe Still Married to Lamar Odom and Making Medical Decisions

Earlier today, According to E! News the former professional athlete is “in a coma and hasn’t woken up or responded.” The hospital source added that Odom appears to have suffered an “ischemic stroke,” which is often associated with a cocaine overdose, among other drugs, and he “likely” suffered brain damage.

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In the days following his sudden hospitalization, Odom was expected to appear in front of a New York judge as part of his ongoing custody case with the mother of his children.

Odom and Morales were together for over 10 years and share three children together: Destiny, born in 2008, Lamar Jr., born in 2002 and Jayden, who died at 6 months old of SIDS in 2006.

Wishing Lamar and his family all the best during this difficult time.

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