Lamar Odom’s $75,000 Brothel Bill May Not Be Settled, Owner Wants Khloe Kardashian to Pay

“A good wife would pay her husbands bill,” Dennis Hof tells TheWrap

Lamar Odom’s $75,000 brothel bill may not be settled, Love Ranch owner Dennis Hof told TheWrap on Friday, and it may fall into Khloé Kardashian’s lap if that’s the case.

“He paid his credit card but then I got a call from Boulevard Management asking all these questions, ‘What were these charges for?’ and such. So, in my mind, are they trying a way to not pay the bill?” Hof said. “If he doesn’t, I’m going after Khloe and her husband.”

Hof, who runs the brothel where the former Los Angeles Lakers star was found unconscious on Oct. 13, believes “a good wife would pay her husbands bill,” especially in light of the former “Khloe and Lamar” stars deciding to ditch their pending divorce.

Hof went so far as to allege that it wouldn’t be the first time Kardashian paid for Odom’s brothel trips.

He said she used to write Odom’s checks for previous visits to the Cathouse —  a.k.a. the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, which was the subject of a TV show that profiled the lives of the workers at legal brothel in Nevada.

“They need to do the honorable thing,” Hof said.

Odom was initially was rushed to a hospital in Pahrump before being moved to the Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas. After awaking from his coma, the former Los Angeles Lakers player was relocated to Los Angeles on Monday.

In 911 calls placed on the day of the incident, brothel employees said that Odom had admitted to taking cocaine prior to arriving on Oct. 10, though it was unclear if that usage continued over the ensuing days. He also reportedly took “up to 10” herbal sexual enhancement supplements.



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