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Lamar Odom 911 call says he took cocaine, 10 Viagra supplement pills

Lamar Odom

Lamar Odom was under the influence of cocaine and as many as 10 herbal Viagra supplement pills at the time he was rushed to the hospital earlier this week, according to a 911 call that was released by the Nye County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday.

Two employees of Dennis Hof’s Love Ranch South told 911 dispatch that Odom was last seen using cocaine on Saturday — three days before he was found unconscious — and had used several sexual performance pills.

“They confirmed his (cocaine) usage on Saturday but were unsure if it had continued throughout the weekend,” Sheriff Sharon Wehrly told the media, per Martin Rogers of USA Today. “They also informed dispatch that he had used up to 10 tabs of sexual performance supplements.”

The sexual performance pills that Odom allegedly used are legal, though they were the subject of an FDA warning two years ago. The FDA warned consumers that the “natural” supplement, called Reload, contains an ingredient that is found in prescription drugs and can lower blood pressure to “dangerous levels.”

Mitzi John, an employee from the Love Ranch, told dispatchers that Odom had “blood coming out of his nose and white stuff coming out of his mouth.” Investigators have not ruled out the possibility of a suicide attempt.

You can hear some of the audio of the 911 call below:

A previous report indicated that Odom was being treated for a drug overdose and may have suffered brain damage. One source claimed Odom had been doing crack cocaine and had “virtually every drug imaginable” in his system.

There has been speculation that Odom may have been pushed over the edge by the way he was portrayed in a recent episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Rev. Jesse Jackson said Wednesday that Odom’s condition had improved overnight but that he was still on life support.


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