Lamar Odom: Prosecution for Coke Possession Unlikely
Lamar OdomProsecution for Coke Possession Unlikely
11/28/2015 1:00 AM PT
Lamar Odom is in desperate shape medically, but legally we're told he may get cut a break.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the Nye County D.A. in Nevada is backing off the statements made by the Sheriff, who said there was a strong chance Lamar would be prosecuted for cocaine possession.
TMZ broke the story, Lamar's blood revealed he was high on coke when he fell into unconsciousness at the Love Ranch brothel.
Our sources tell us the D.A. now says they will consider Lamar's medical condition and mental state in deciding whether to charge him. We broke the story, Lamar is barely able to speak and cannot walk. His cognitive functions are also severely impaired.
Fact is ... the D.A. really isn't cutting Lamar a special break, because we did some checking and couldn't find a single case in Nye County where someone was prosecuted for cocaine possession when they landed in the hospital with severe damage.
And there's another factor ... we're told Lamar is so bad off, he might not even be legally competent to stand trial.