Lamar Odom's Former Mistress Sandy Schultz Fears For His Life After Jamie’s Overdose

Lamar Odom’s Former Mistress Sandy Schultz Fears For His Life After Jamie’s Overdose

Recently, the world got the staggering news that Lamar Odom’s closest companion Jamie Sangouthai had died of an evident heroin overdose, and now, Odom’s former mistress fears that Lamar could be next.


Odom’s former flame Sandy Schultz said that Sangouthai’s death has caused Odom to shut out friends, and she expects that he will turn to drugs to facilitate his pain.”I’m frightened for Lamar now,” she conceded. “As a friend we’re attempting to verify its [Jamie’s death] not giving him motivation to fall into drugs or whatever he gets into… I trust he doesn’t do anything intense at this point. There’s lots of going on.”

All through Sangouthai’s battle with addiction, Odom attempted his best to help his friend. “He attempted to spare Jamie,” Schultz revealed. “Jamie had a lot of demos going on in his life and Lamar was not ready to be there for him as much as Jamie would like on the grounds that he was dealing with his own demons.

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