Lamar Odom's condition has deteriorated

LAMAR Odom's condition has "deteriorated".

The 35-year-old basketball player was rushed to hospital on Tuesday after being found unconscious in a Nevada brothel and doctors have reportedly warned his loved ones - including ex-wife Khloe Kardashian, who is keeping a vigil at his bedside - that the longer he remains in the condition he is in, the less likely he is to recover.

Although Lamar squeezed the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star's hand last night (14.10.15), medics believe it could have been an involuntary reaction as he is showing no signs of consciousness or improvement.

According to TMZ, four of the sportsman's organs, including his kidneys, are failing.

A source told the website: "The doctors are concerned it has been too long that he's been in this condition and now it's not looking good."

Dennis Hof, the owner of the Love Ranch brothel previously revealed Lamar had taken "eight or 10" herbal Viagra pills before his collapse, as well as consuming two thirds of a bottle of cognac which he'd ordered on his arrival at the facility on Saturday (10.10.15).

And a call made to emergency services which has been made public revealed the former LA Lakers star had also taken cocaine on Saturday.

Richard Hunter, the Love Ranch's media director told the emergency operator: "Someone just told me that he had some cocaine on him that he finished on Saturday. Since then he's been alert, conscious and all that."

When the operator asked, "As far as you know, no cocaine since Saturday?", Mr Hunter replied: "That is correct."



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