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Lamar Odom’s Former Roommate Speaks Out About His Drug Addiction

September 10, 2013 06:18 AM by Lisa Princ

Lamar Odom was recently arrested for DUI, ironically, right after rumors began to surface of his addiction to drugs. While Khloe Kardashian may be in denial about it all, Odom’s former roommate is speaking out about the NBA’s star addiction as well as the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star’s crazy behavior!

Khloe Kardashian may be in denial about Lamar Odom’s drug addiction, but one person who is not, is Lamar’s former roommate, Polina Polonsky. In fact, according to a new report by TMZ, Polonsky witnessed the drug abuse first hand. Polina, who is a defense lawyer that met Odom in the Spring in Hollywood, told the site that she watched Odom smoke crack and use various other drugs while he was living with her.

Polonsky also said that Lamar became so paranoid, he would remove the battery from his phone, for fear of being tracked by GPS. She also explained that Khloe came in like a madwoman to take charge of the situation, pulling Lamar out of there, and even texting Polonsky later with a not-so-nice message.

Rumors have also been buzzing that Lamar was dropping somewhere around $800 per day on his addiction, and that his dealer finally cut him off. However, the question still remains: Is Lamar Odom in rehab or not? It seems as though no one knows. We certainly hope that Lamar gets the help he desperately needs.

Could this be the end for Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it. Comment below to share your thoughts with us!

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