The owner of the Nevada-based brothel The Love Ranch, where Lamar Odom's unconscious body was discovered on Tuesday, has told the Kardashians to "go to hell," after being asked not to talk to the media about the unfortunate incident.
Speaking to talk show host Nancy Grace, Dennis Hof said:
"Speaking of the Kardashians, I got a call from their publicist today saying, ‘Are you going to do any media?’ and I said yes I’m going to go on [Nancy Grace]. And she said, ‘Please don’t do that, we’d rather have Khloe say what needs to be said.’ I told her to go to hell."
Odom is still legally married to Khloé Kardashian, though the two have remained split for quite some time.
The Kardashians have released their own statement, which reads:
"Thanks for your outpouring of prayers and support for our dad. We are here with our family and friends. We appreciate everyone respecting our privacy at this time. We ask for your continued prayers."
Odom was said to have been partying with two brothel employees named Ryder Cherry and Monica Monroe until 6 am on Tuesday. When they returned at 3:15 pm, Odom was found unconscious with “fluid streaming out of his mouth.” He'd apparently been drinking and taking “herbal” Viagra.
A source close to the Kardashians said:
"They're pretty sure this is goodbye, but they're praying for a miracle. They know that God has the power to heal him, but that's really the last hope at this point. This is really bad."
Odom remains in critical condition at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, after being put into a medically induced coma. The NBA star underwent a successful dialysis treatment for kidney failure, but doctors are cautious to guarantee his survival, giving Odom a 50/50 chance of pulling through.