Lamar Odom Says Brothel Owner Tried to Kill Him with Poison in 2015
Lamar Odom Brothel Owner Tried to Kill Me ... In 2015 Incident
5/28/2019 9:03 AM PT
9:32 AM PT -- We spoke with Odom on the way out of "The View" and asked him why he thinks Hof tried to kill him. Odom says he's still trying to find the answers.
9:03 AM PT -- Lamar Odom claims the late owner of the Nevada brothel where he OD'd in 2015 tried to kill him ... and Odom says his legal team already has proof to back up his claim.
Odom just appeared on "The View" where he said Dennis Hof -- who owned the Love Ranch -- "tried to kill me."
Long story short ... Odom is adamant he did not intentionally consume any drugs -- including cocaine -- on the day of his overdose and he believes Hof (or someone working for Hof) poisoned him.
"Dennis Hof, I don't know what he had against me but I didn't do drugs that night," Odom said.
"I don't know what he had against me ... he tried to kill me."
Odom says his attorney has already investigated the allegation and found workers at the brothel who back up his claim.
Hof died in October 2018 -- but in 2016, he told TMZ Sports he was a fan of Odom and invited him back to the Love Ranch for the VIP treatment.
We've reached out to Hof's reps regarding Odom's attempted murder claim -- but so far, no comment.
As we previously reported, police who investigated the 2015 overdose say prostitutes at the Love Ranch told them they had heard Odom snorting substances before the OD and had a "vague knowledge of him using illegal narcotics."
Investigators later confirmed the presence of cocaine in Odom's system -- but clearly, Odom says he did NOT knowingly take drugs that night.
Lamar Odom says he believes his wild life story is fit for the big screen -- and he's already had talks about turning his new autobiography into a movie.
Odom was arriving to "The View" in New York on Tuesday to promote his new book, "Darkness to Light" -- in which he talks about everything from drug addiction to sex addiction to his failed marriage with Khloe Kardashian.
Odom says he's already spoken with people about turning his story into a movie but didn't say who those talks were with.
He's not wrong ... Odom went from being an NBA superstar to a reality star before hitting rock bottom ... when he overdosed at a Nevada brothel in 2015.
Odom suffered several strokes and heart attacks and doctors didn't think he'd fully recover.
But, Odom beat the odds and now he's getting ready to play professional basketball again with the BIG3 league.
It's an amazing story ... and it seems like it's only a matter of time before it gets the full-length feature film treatment.
Originally Published -- 8:23 AM PT