What Khloé Kardashian texted Lamar Odom after his claims about her in new memoir
Earlier this week, Khloé Kardashian's ex-husband Lamar Odom claimed that his famous former wife beat "the s**t out of a stripper" for having an orgy with him back in 2012.
The claims were laid bare in the former NBA star's brand new tell-all autobiography, Darkness To Light.
"Try to imagine the scene," Lamar writes. "Khloe's beating the sh*t out of one of the girls who tried to protest. She's dropping vicious blows all over the top of this girl's head."
"Kris is screaming and her security guard jumps in and pulls Khloe off the beaten stripper. Khloe tells me to gather up my things, and the guards quickly remove all traces of the drugs. We sneak out of a back door of the Roosevelt and disappear into the night."
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While Khloé has yet to publicly comment on her ex-husband's explosive claims, Lamar did reveal in a new interview with Jenny McCarthy on her SiriusXM show on Wednesday, that the 34-year-old reality star sent him a text yesterday, after the memoir was released.
"Um, she sent me a text yesterday," he said. "She good, she talked about one of the stories I told in the book. About her coming to the hotel and putting her hands on the girl. She said she didn't even think I remembered that story."
Lamar also described the exchange as "friendly" and said that he hopes their communication will continue even if their marriage broke down more than six years ago.
"The next house I buy, hopefully she can decorate it," the former Lakers player added. "They're amazing decorators, they're amazing homemakers."
"Love is strange, man," Odom said in reference to the fact that he and Khloé married just a month after they started dating. "I love my family with all my heart, but that's how I knew she was the one because no one could tell me no, I wasn't getting married to Khloe. It would have been real easy for me to say, don't ever call me again, that's how strong it was."
Odom's memoir, Darkness to Light is available now.