'Inconsolable' Khloe Kardashian 'rushes to Lamar Odom's bedside' with sister Kim and mother Kris Jenner
Khloe Kardashian has reportedly flown to Las Vegas to be by her ex-husband's bedside as he is "fighting for his life".
The reality tv star (31) was married to the NBA player (35) from 2009 to 2013 years after a one month courtship. The pair eventually divorced in July after more than two years separation and are often in contact with one another still as seen in Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Odom was found unconscious at a brothel in Las Vegas yesterday after staying tehre for several days.
An employee of Dennis Hoff's Love Ranch South in Pahrump called emergency services at approximately 3:15pm on Tuesday and Khloe received a phone call notifying her soon afterward.
She has since flown to Nevada wither mother Kris Jenner and sister Kim Kardashian and was "completely inconsolable" as she boarded the flight.
Brothel owner Denis Hof told DailyMail.com that a Kardashian rep collected Odom's belongings from the premises.
Earlier this year, Khloe told E! News she would always be in love with her ex-husband.
"I was so obsessed with him in a healthy way. He was my husband, and I still wish he was, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that," she said.
His best friend Jamie Sagouthai died in June of this year of a drug overdose and at the time, the E! star said she was "always going to be there" for her ex.
"I'm always going to be there for Lamar, especially when something as tragic as this happen," she added.
"I'm really on high alert for Lamar because I mean, anything I think will set him to spiral, and that's kind of the last thing I want for him."
Lamar has two children with ex-wife Liza Morales - Destiny (17) and Lamar Jr (13) and lost a six-month-old son Jayden to SIDS in 2011.
His father Joe, a former heroin addict whose strained relationship with his son was featured on KUWTK, pleaded for information on Lamar's condition.
“If Khloé knows anything about this, please, tell her to call me. We all love Lamar and want him to pull through this," he told the New York Daily News.